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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of surf.


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  • When we had our sudden stop that slid right off and Sadie "surfed" it to the floor escaping harm.

    Crash - Not the Movie

  • HI Anna - Ive just 'surfed' in having recently been bitten by the cooking bug.

    Sticky Toffee Pudding Icecream with Brandy Snaps

  • He then "surfed" over the crowd to meet his band on the main stage. Stories

  • "I knew I needed a little score, I just kind of surfed it soft," said the young surfer.

    The Orange County Register - News Headlines : Top Stories

  • European space boffins are chuffed to announce that they have successfully 'surfed' the atmosphere of Venus, during a so-called 'aerodrag' experiment in which the solar panels of a space probe functioned as aerofoils skimming the top of the second planet's atmosphere.

    The Register

  • Just last year, he said he "surfed" his way down the mountain on an avalanche.

    The Western Star: Local

  • In their study, an MRI machine measured brain activity while "computer-naive" subjects (all three of them) "surfed" the web using specially designed Internet goggles (ps - we want).


  • I would never have believed how violent porn has become, if I had not "surfed" a few minutes for myself after reading Dworkin's collected works, including her fiction (in the downtown LA Library).

    Women's Space

  • What I will remember is spending countless hours in a pool with our kids - mostly spent underwater while they "surfed" on my back - and coming home with just as much color on my face as my wife (most years, I was as pale as I was when I left because I spent most of our vacation working.

    Written Inc.

  • It felt a little bit like the barrier island beaches where we first surfed.

    San Blas


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