Definition of oarsmanship in English:

oarsmanship

Pronunciation /ˈôrzmənˌSHip/ /ˈɔrzmənˌʃɪp/

noun

See oarsman

‘Kerala has Onam, when men in white dhotis and black bodies get into long boats and race one another with synchronised oarsmanship.’
  • ‘Thrilling finishes and some hilarious oarsmanship entertained the dozens of spectators who gathered on the shore of Windermere to watch the historic Lakeside-Gummers Howe Fell Race.’
  • ‘And in a throwback to earlier times former rowing club captain Mike will help out by teaching youngsters about the art of oarsmanship.’
  • ‘After witnessing some expert oarsmanship and several trout being landed, I quietly retired.’
  • ‘He perfected his oarsmanship to the point where he qualified for the U.S. Olympic Team that competed in Barcelona, Spain, in 1996.’