What is the
difference between Paddle and Pedal and Peddle?
What is the difference between Paddle and Pedal and Peddle?:
Paddle : (noun)
( 1 ) Short oar with a broad blade at one end or both ends used to move a canoe through the water
( 2 ) Instrument shaped like a paddle used for beating, mixing or stirring food
Paddle : (verb)
( 1 ) Move through the water using a paddle
We paddled the canoe slowly upstream.
( 2 ) Row a boat with light easy strokes
We paddled from place to place in a canoe.
They were paddling a boat in the river.
( 3 ) Walk with bare feet in shallow water
He was paddling at the water’s edge.
It was too cold for paddling.
( 4 ) Move feet or hands gently in water
She paddled her toes in the water.
Pedal : (noun)
( 1 ) Level that drives a machine when pressed down by the foot or feet
Pedal : (verb)
( 1 ) Use a pedal or pedals
You should pedal rapidly to make the machine run smoothly.
( 2 ) Move by pedaling
Do not pedal fast.
He pedaled along the canal.
Her legs were aching from pedaling too fast.
Peddle : (verb)
( 1 ) Go from house to house to sell goods
Be a peddler
( 2 ) Offer (idea, gossip, etc…) to individual people
She is in the habit of peddling malicious gossip.
He tried to peddle his crazy plan to other party members.
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