from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. See surfing.
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- v. Present participle of surfboard.
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- n. the sport of riding a surfboard toward the shore on the crest of a wave
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In surfboarding, you want the waves to carry you in, but with paddleboarding, you can do it on a lake or river because you propel yourself forward (or backwards) by paddling.
He did the surfboarding commercial and revels in a softer media spotlight, but aesthetically it's jarring, like seeing Harvey Keitel do naked beach yoga.
Kealoha had injured his left leg while surfboarding.
It refers to surfboarding "-- a word found as early as 1929 --" they are attaching somebody to a board and helping them surf.
Maybe it was the time he spent kiteboarding, a strange mixture of surfboarding and paragliding, which Kerry chose to display to the TV cameras this week.
The last knit dress I remember owning was a drop-waisted tee-shirt dress with a surfboarding turtle on the front, and I was probably 11.
Its not the lava, its the surfboarding fight over the lava.
But then, fool that I am, I gave him more money to start a surfboarding business.
Her husband went surfboarding then, and the young queen sponsored a
These intricate motor pathways enable us to perform pursuits that range from surfboarding to keyboarding.
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