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  • verb To ride waves or surf without equipment, such as a surfboard.

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  • verb ride the crest of a wave without a surfboard

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Examples

  • I just need to breathe, and relax, and body-surf this sucker.

    Ride Those Waves! « Looking for Roots

  • "If they try to body-surf on that, good night," he muttered; for he knew the swimmer did not live who would tackle it.

    THE KANAKA SURF

  • Beyond the wave they had gone through, they finally showed, side by side, still six feet apart, swimming shoreward with a steady stroke until the next wave should make them body-surf it or face and pierce it.

    THE KANAKA SURF

  • Or there are the wilder beaches of Les Alcyons or Cenitz, where you can lie on the white sand or body-surf in the big waves.

    Classic France: the insiders' guide

  • I like the Mutha Sucka one : PS: She didn't really body-surf right ? lol

    Rock, Rock, Rock 'N Roll Nursery

  • Beyond the wave they had gone through, they finally showed, side by side, still six feet apart, swimming shoreward with a steady stroke until the next wave should make them body-surf it or face and pierce it.

    The Kanaka Surf

  • "If they try to body-surf on that, good night," he muttered; for he knew the swimmer did not live who would tackle it.

    The Kanaka Surf

  • Cut'em in half, slice'em apart, and then body-surf their entrails.

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  • Cut'em in half, slice'em apart, and then body-surf their entrails.

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  • Cut'em in half, slice'em apart, and then body-surf their entrails.

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