from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A long, narrow, somewhat rounded board, usually having one or two fins, used for surfing.
- intransitive v. To engage in the sport of surfing.
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- n. A shaped waterproof plank, usually made of wood or foam and reinforced plastic, used to surf on waves.
- v. To use a surfboard; to surf.
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- n. a narrow buoyant board for riding surf
- v. ride the waves of the sea with a surfboard
I just spent a pretty penny on a Lilo & Stitch surfboard from the Japanese Disney Store.
Getting up on a surfboard was an amazing feeling—something that helped me feel like I would be able to live life even without my eyes.
They have what is called a surfboard perhaps four or five feet long.
-- While the monologue (things the old and presumably "immature" Ashton would've found "awesome") wasn't that funny, it did include a bulldog on a surfboard, which is great.
A surfboard is the only way home, so the sponge heads out to find the island's most legendary resident, the surfer king JKL (voiced by guest star Johnny Depp).
Stationary platforms were the Weezer symbol, my surfboard was a pink shark, and later-level gears were insults about IGN's Media Mike.
The longest I managed to spend standing on the surfboard was a hardly convincing 2 or 3 seconds, and even that was on a little tiddler wave that had already broken.
He said he couldn't ride the adaptive surfboard, which is built for two people, without Ricochet.
Paraffin wax, the most common wax used in candles the world over, is also used in a variety of applications such as surfboard, ski and snowbaord wax to help reduce friction.
Twenty years later, her eyes welled up as she remembered hearing other girls call her "surfboard" and throw their bras at her in the locker room.