Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of skateboard.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of skateboard.

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Examples

  • He tackled bike riders and Rollerbladers with kisses and loved the sound of skateboards, which is good because Brent rode his everywhere.

    The Last Chance Dog

  • He tackled bike riders and Rollerbladers with kisses and loved the sound of skateboards, which is good because Brent rode his everywhere.

    The Last Chance Dog

  • Finally, the mode used to give away the skateboards was the enhanced Thrasher Magazine Hall of Meat.

    Gaming Nexus

  • Description: This West Coast lifestyle brand sells apparel and footwear for action shots as well as hard goods such as skateboards, snowboards and related gear.

    © Tim Boyle/Getty Images Company...

  • Jason Whiley disagreed and wrote to as many politicians as he could asking them if they'd ever used similar transport, such as skateboards, gokarts, BMX bikes and Space Hoppers.

    08/10/2003 - 08/17/2003 - "Taking the credit for your second symphony."

  • Jason Whiley disagreed and wrote to as many politicians as he could asking them if they'd ever used similar transport, such as skateboards, gokarts, BMX bikes and Space Hoppers.

    Archive 2003-08-10

  • But what happens when commune A produces "mountain bikes" and commune B produces "skateboards"?

    Anarchist news dot org - Comments

  • That 1901 Riker Torpedo looked sort of like many of the electric 'skateboards' I used to see on the strand in LA, but cooler.

    digg.com: Stories / Popular

  • Apart from the obvious misspelling (I’m entirely aware of it, so please don’t write in), what struck me most about this notice was the qualifier ‘beyond this point’ — as if giraffes on unicycles are entirely acceptable elsewhere, or that dismounted giraffes (or giraffes employing some other mode of transport, such as skateboards or roller blades) might be exempt from this proscription.

    October 2007

  • Apart from the obvious misspelling (I’m entirely aware of it, so please don’t write in), what struck me most about this notice was the qualifier ‘beyond this point’ — as if giraffes on unicycles are entirely acceptable elsewhere, or that dismounted giraffes (or giraffes employing some other mode of transport, such as skateboards or roller blades) might be exempt from this proscription.

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