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1) kayak. The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language: Fourth Edition. 2000.
...a double-bladed paddle. 2. A lightweight canoe that is similar in design. Inflected forms: kay·aked, kay·ak·ing, kay·aks To go, travel, or race in a kayak. To go...

2) Samuel Pepys. Robert Louis Stevenson. 1909-14. Essays: English and American. The Harvard Classics
...we find in consequence that he was always peevish when he was hungry, and that his head aked mightily after a dispute. But nothing could divert him from his aim in...

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