from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A board resembling a snowboard and equipped with bindings, used for descending sand dunes on one's feet.
- intransitive v. To use a sandboard.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A board similar to a snowboard used to descend sand dunes
- v. To ride on a sandboard
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We all go out and were each handed a "sandboard" to go down the dunes on.
She ordered them to take the sandboard again, but they became so confused that they were obliged to begin again three times from the beginning.
She then went to the divan, and chose out six wise men, who again took the sandboard, and began again three times over in confusion.
He assented to the condition, and she dressed him as her attendant, gave him a sandboard, and went with him to the King, who said to her, “I could not sleep at all last night, for thinking of the stranger for whom we are seeking.”
She immediately ordered Saif to give her the sandboard.
He assented to the condition, and she dressed him as her attendant, gave him a sandboard, and went with him to the King, who said to her, "I could not sleep at all last night, for thinking of the stranger for whom we are seeking."
Well 'arranged' might be stretching it somewhat, more the hostel owner got his mate to take us out to the sand dunes with a sandboard each.
During the 'ride' the driver stopped three times to allow us to sandboard down the dunes.
And in the tropics, they sandboard down their hills -- well, at least one of them -- the Cerro Negro volcano.
I had paid to go sandboarding, and, therefore, I was duty bound to sandboard, for if there is one thing I can't stand, it is wasting money.