from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- intransitive v. To engage in skin diving.
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- v. To swim underwater with equipment.
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- n. underwater swimming without any more breathing equipment than a snorkel
- v. swim underwater with no breathing apparatus other than a snorkel
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Adventure and ecotourist groups come individually and in guided groups and cruises especially from the U.S.A. to watch whales and nesting birds, to skin-dive, kayak, sail, camp and trek.
Finally Tom said, "Bud, we could skin-dive at this depth."
“You couldn’t skin-dive in that thing, not unless you wanted the fish to give you a blow job.