wakeboard

NOUN
  1. a buoyant board (resembling a surfboard) that is used to ride over water while being pulled behind a motorboat
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How To Use wakeboard In A Sentence

  • For active types, there's kitesurfing, wakeboarding and waterskiing available at the resort. The Sun
  • Baseball, softball, karate, roller sports, climbing, wakeboarding and wushu, a martial art, are the other sports in contention. Times, Sunday Times
  • From wakeboarding, to kiteboarding, to windsurfing and even sailing, the Blue Lagoon Windsurfing Club is brings a wide range of water sports for people of all ages.
  • Watersports include kayaking, rafting and tubing, wakeboarding, paddleboarding and a white water course. The Sun
  • On offer at this little slice of heaven is water-skiing, wakeboarding, and knee boarding.
  • After all, it's not every holiday you get to ski, surf and wakeboard all in the same day. Times, Sunday Times
  • They plan to take up yet another water sport - wakeboarding - when they return. Times, Sunday Times
  • You could also try kayaking, sailing, horse-riding, paintballing, surfing, wakeboarding or tree-top zip wires. Times, Sunday Times
  • The increase is assumed to be due to boat owners making the most of the opportunity for water-skiing and wakeboarding before the 10 mph speed limit is introduced.
  • By grabbing a handle attached to the cable you can water-ski or wakeboard without a boat to tow you. Times, Sunday Times
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