an open flat-bottomed boat used in shallow waters and propelled by a long pole.
Finish your day in Oxford by punting down the River Thames.
"Nothing but a wooden raft steered by Master Wood and punted by Acolyte Ashes, who accept no payment in silver or gold but ferry over those who are fated to cross. "
a punt, barge, ski, etc pole
long, unwieldy punt poles
He poled the raft down the river.
He pushed the boat off with a shove of the pole.
with an oar or a pole, so that a boat etc moves away
He took up the pole and shoved the boat off.
The boatman took up the pole and shoved the boat off.
The practised oar pushed out and the boat left the tank like an arrow.
pole a punt up the river
They poled the boat across the crowded harbor.
To seek a dream? Just to pole a Boat upstream To where the green grass is more verdant;
To propel a boat or raft with a pole.
The practised oar pushed off and the boat left the like an arrow.
An open, flat-bottomed boat with squared ends, propelled by a long pole and used in shallow waters.
Wormwood is flourishing in that low-lying, damp area.