- v. present participle of belay.
“I used the iron belaying pin that appeared in the evidence.”
“And it won't be with an iron belaying pin either, Just two bunches of naked knuckles, that's all.”
“But since we were functionally underground, I had loaned him my helmet, because he was belaying and I was climbing and if I knocked a rock on his head, I wanted it to bounce off instead of him collapsing in a heap.”
“Monday 2/1: 22 minutes running, 3 minutes walking, 20 minutes yoga, 2.5 hours climbing, belaying, and hanging around gym”
“Wednesday 2/3: 5 minutes yoga; 2 hours climbing, belaying, and hanging around the gym”
“Everything rigged was way too hard for me, and I spent most of the night belaying.”
“Under the dusty human umbrella, the bloom of betrayal, the hitch of the belaying, the rope and the pinnons.”
“While, on the one hand, there were no extra liberty days, no delicacies added to the meagre forecastle fare, nor grog or hot coffee on double watches, on the other hand the crew were not chronically crippled by the continual play of knuckle-dusters and belaying pins.”
“It would be difficult to climb without a belaying rope, but not impossible.”
“I'm thinking: I totally trust the 5'2 woman belaying me ....”
Looking for tweets for belaying.