from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The act or sport of operating a speedboat.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The recreational act of travelling in a speedboat.
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Vacations at Kennebunkport or weekends at Camp David are consumed with a marathon of sports: tennis, golf, skeet shooting, paddle ball, speedboating and fishing.
In between the 5 a.m. golf rounds, the afternoon speedboating and evening horseshoes competition, George W. Bush and his father should talk.
Now is a vacation season for Guadalajarans and over several days recently, as I have walked the shore, I have observed people sailboating and speedboating on the lake.
They learned weaponry, judo, speedboating and demolition fundamentals.
The Descendants opens with a shot of a speedboating blonde smiling as turquoise Hawaiian waves break behind her.
Asked by a reporter to address the matter -- which is suddenly in the news after speedboating Somalis briefly commandeered and hijacked a U. S.-flagged ship off northeast Africa -- Biden interrupted his weekly meeting with Cabinet members and administration officials on the spending of stimulus funds to declare that: "This is being worked on around the clock since this happened."
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