[ US /ˈboʊtɪŋ/ ]
[ UK /bˈə‍ʊtɪŋ/ ]
  1. water travel for pleasure
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How To Use boating In A Sentence

  • The adrenaline fare comes mostly a la carte, but at Queenstown Rafting on Shotover Street, I noticed a three-course tasting menu for about $500: jet boating down the Shotover River—an amuse-bouche—followed by a starter of whitewater rafting and, for the main course, a 440-foot jump above a canyon, tethered to a rubber band. High-Flying Adventure
  • Apparently the section cannot adequately host the interests of both angling and boating fraternities and the boaters have taken preference.
  • And when he and his wife, Toni, go boating with friends, Andreas sticks to his dress code.
  • It boasts excellent hotels, fine beaches, possesses every facility for boating and bathing and can offer all the other forms of amusement which a holiday-maker is likely to require. Death of a Delft Blue
  • But his main passion was boating in Southampton Water and other waters calmer than those which had ended his active service career.
  • Famed boating resorts like Marina Hemingway would ‘host’ all the American boaters, providing dockage, food and beverages.
  • They voice their concern that Jordan won't stop showboating when they're filming her.
  • Recreational boating on nesting lakes, which can flood nests, may also have a negative impact on populations of Forster's Terns.
  • Local activities include walking, boating and golf.
  • When he scored his fourth goal of the afternoon, we were forced to forgive his showboating and other antics.
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