American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- v. To ski on water while being towed by a motorboat.
“But there was something he really wanted to know: Was asking prominent citizens to water-ski behind a replica of an ancient warship being rowed down the Hudson River one publicity stunt too far?”
“Jill was avoiding her because Jill's idiot husband Mark had reneged on his promise to buy Carol's water-ski boat.”
“Jill had been avoiding Carol because Jill's idiot husband Mark had reneged on his promise to buy Carol's water-ski boat.”
“He was alleged to have taken boys on weekend trips to Napa, where he let them water-ski and drive his sports car, and offered them booze and boat rides.”
“Some dudes in Peoria thought a good way to keep the carp population under control was to water-ski with a machete.”
“Enrique Iglesias promised to water-ski naked if Spain won the World Cup and he's going to do it soon, reports People.”
“He had put a Corvette car engine into a 14-foot runabout boat he owned and he and Spivey both loved to water-ski behind it.”
“I wanted to teach her how to ride a horse and water-ski.”
“My friend Thomas was his nephew, and thus he became “Uncle Walker” to all of us kids who used to go up there to fish, capture sunning turtles, water-ski, and flirt with his daughter Ann.”
“The folks who live there can water-ski year-round.”
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