Green’s Dictionary of Slang

row v.2

SE in slang uses

In phrases

row in (v.)

see separate entry.

row in the (same) boat (v.)

see under boat n.1

row oneself onto (v.)

see separate entry.

row out (v.)

see separate entry.

row with one oar in the water (v.) (also not have both oars in the water)

(US) to be irrational or stupid.

[US]J. Shepard Flights n.p.: Sometimes I’m not sure you have both oars in the water [R].
[US]Eble Campus Sl. Mar. 7: not having both oars in the water – lacking mental perception.
[US](con. 1986) G. Pelecanos Sweet Forever 153: He occasionally saw his sister, who had rowed with one oar in the water since she was a little kid.