Pronunciation of Raft
/ɹˈaft/, /ɹˈaft/, /ɹ_ˈa_f_t/
Antonyms for raft:
glimmer, lack, streak, dearth, smatter, want, mote, shadow, handful, molecule, peanuts, sprinkling, bit, ray, nubbin, atom, absence, morsel, tad, shade, shred, touch, particle, grain, ounce, crumb, mite, granule, lick, scintilla, strain, tittle, suspicion, nip, smidgen, sprinkle, dram, scruple, trace, spot, fleck, speck, driblet, smattering.
Synonyms for raft:
cruiser, fishing boat, scow, frigate, dinghy, destroyer, sampan, dory, boat, lifeboat, rowboat, gondola, Bateau, pontoon, tugboat, ship, motorboat, cargo boat, freighter, longboat, liner, battleship, scull, sailboat, kayak, float, hydrofoil, submarine, ferry, ocean liner, vessel, hulk, speedboat, heap, skiff, galley, schooner, canoe, watercraft, cabin cruiser, paddle boat, tanker, houseboat, icebreaker, steamboat, merchantman, barge, bark, aircraft carrier, trawler, cutter, yacht, dugout, catamaran, gunboat.
lifeboat, float, boat.
Usage examples for raft:
- They constructed a raft of a few pieces of drift- wood, and having secured their arms and provisions, commenced their journey down the stream. - "New National Fourth Reader", Charles J. Barnes and J. Marshall Hawkes.
- All, of course, did so, and all distinctly saw in the clear water, directly under the raft, some ten or twelve human feet walking along on the bottom. - "The Riflemen of the Miami", Edward S. Ellis.
- The raft was, after all, for them a messenger of preservation, for it induced a search for the builders. - "Nooks and Corners of the New England Coast", Samuel Adams Drake.