GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. concerned with or designed for use after skiing; occurring after a day of skiing.
- n. the time after skiing.
“Rainboots and various types of apres-ski boots are warm and weatherproof, but not at all good for all-day walking.”
“I am appaling on the slopes, although I am something of a master at apres-ski.”
“The Vermont ski resort boasts 485 skiable acres, foodie appeal and a lively apres-ski scene -- plus a new luxury ski in/ski out hotel and slick base area.”
“Candace Jackson/The Wall Street Journal A favorite apres-ski stop for locals and visitors, the Shed Restaurant & Brewery pours several home brews, such as Mountain Ale or Rude Boy IPA, a hearty beer perfect for chilly nights.”
“I am not a big skier, but I love apres-ski wear, and imagine I would look great in an all-white, fur-trimmed ski suit.”
“Creative Artists Agency chief Mike Ovitz brought in a cassette for an apres-ski screening at his chalet.”
“Afternoon apres-ski activities include all-terrain vehicle safaris and sunset tobogganing.”
“Bop away at the superhip club B018, court danger at Atlantis, where live piranhas swim beneath the dance floor, or head to the mountain resort of Faraya-Mzaar and mingle with the Mideast apres-ski set.”
“An inconspicuous but efficient Swiss waiter was serving hot drinks to the apres-ski crew.”
“A suave middle-aged Italian dressed in apres-ski clothes, sitting on a couch with a burning fireplace behind him, came into view.”
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