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  • noun Plural form of nonskier.

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Examples

  • Increasingly, winter resort towns are adding activities typically associated with sun, sand, and grass to appease nonskiers.

    Frozen in Nine

  • But, much to the dismay of nonskiers, the mild weather may finally be over; temperatures are forecast to hover in the single digits in the mountains today.

    Boston.com Top Stories

  • Besides top brands of skis, boots, and snowboards, Viking stocks winter gear suitable for nonskiers, including sweaters in Alpine designs, snow pants, and a matching pants-and-parka combo in a pink, red, and black houndstooth pattern.

    Chicago Reader

  • Besides top brands of skis, boots, and snowboards, Viking stocks winter gear suitable for nonskiers, including sweaters in Alpine designs, snow pants, and a matching pants-and-parka combo in a pink, red, and black houndstooth pattern.

    Chicago Reader

  • Besides top brands of skis, boots, and snowboards, Viking stocks winter gear suitable for nonskiers, including sweaters in Alpine designs, snow pants, and a matching pants-and-parka combo in a pink, red, and black houndstooth pattern.

    Chicago Reader

  • Besides top brands of skis, boots, and snowboards, Viking stocks winter gear suitable for nonskiers, including sweaters in Alpine designs, snow pants, and a matching pants-and-parka combo in a pink, red, and black houndstooth pattern.

    Chicago Reader

  • Higgins breaks down the resorts that suit extreme skiers, families, nonskiers and luxury-seekers.

    NYT > Home Page

  • For nonskiers, the large snow-tubing park is a pleasing alternative.

    NYT > Travel

  • Shermans Travel (www. shermanstravel.com) a publisher of travel deals and destination advice, has come up with a list of 10 of the best ski resorts in the world for nonskiers, from the Alps to New England to the West.

    Homepage

  • Most nonskiers, and perhaps most skiers, know the Schilthorn and its mountain restaurant as the headquarters of the evil villain in the James Bond movie On Her Majesty's Secret Service.

    tripso.com

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