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  • n. The act of travelling in a iceboat.


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  • Page 97, "iceboating" changed to "ice boating" to conform to rest of text. (skating and ice boating)

    The Outdoor Girls in a Winter Camp Glorious Days on Skates and Ice Boats

  • The sensation was like iceboating -- skimming along effortlessly at a speed that any America's Cup contender would have envied.

    Analog Science Fiction and Fact

  • This week he probably will travel to Poland to compete in the annual world championships of iceboating. - News

  • Oh well, at least I can go snow shoeing today and maybe, with a little luck, even go iceboating this weekend.

    Fat Cyclist

  • He married Elinora Lewis and they raised two daughters on the shores of Lake Erie, sailing in the summer and iceboating in the winter.

    Aspen Times - Top Stories

  • The film captures iceboating on the Navesink River and Irwin will describe the people involved in iceboating at that time and Edison's interest in filming this sport.


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