Pirogue: in a sentence

Definition of Pirogue

a dugout canoe

Use Pirogue in a sentence

I saw something in the water out in the bayou. I went down to the pier to look closer and saw that it was a pirogue, drifting with the currents. Then I realized it wasn’t drifting.

The next day she found out their pirogue had capsized and that Glenny had nearly drowned.

I saw some cypress trees, birds, an old woman poling a pirogue in the river.

Soon after first light this morning I boarded a pirogue, a canoe hacked out of a tree trunk, for the last stage of the journey, along the twisting Ndeiram Kabur River.

At midday our pirogue reaches our destination, a riverbank close by the treehouse.

The three of them were attempting to row the pirogue back to the big boat.

“I traveled by pirogue, by camel, negotiating with village chiefs, ” Haidara told.

They come by car, bus, bicycle and, yes, sometimes a few by pirogue.

The moon was down and it was dark as a cellar when he turned the pirogue onto a beach.