from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The sport of riding on the crest or along the tunnel of a wave, especially while standing or lying on a surfboard. Also called surfboarding.
- n. Informal The activity of casually looking at something that offers numerous options, such as the Internet or television.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Present participle of surf.
- n. The pastime or sport of riding surf on a surfboard.
- n. The action of the verb to surf.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the sport of riding a surfboard toward the shore on the crest of a wave
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But surfing is a sport that is fascinating to watch.
He has a PHd in surfing the internet and specialized in leaving comments on blogs.
In fact, surfing is a way of life for Sayulita, and young surfers with toned bodies bedecked in the latest fashions appear enthralled by Sayulita.
Where your whole life, being a famous surfer's daughter who's been surfing since she was four but pursued acting, dancing, singing -- NOT surfing in other words -- you don't get to meld the two loves together.
According to AdMob, mobile surfing is far more mainstream than what many people might think.
Come and surf with us on our beaches, remembering that in surfing, each wave is your first wave!
Mostly, I learned that surfing is an amazing example of physics in action.
I wonder if that's because I'm surfing from a California IP address.
Part of surfing is showing off, I think, whereas she was clearly not desiring or expecting an audience.
NebuAd, he added, requires I. S.P.s to notify their customers that their surfing is being observed, and to offer them a Web page on which they can choose to opt-out of the system.