water ski

NOUN
  1. broad ski for skimming over water towed by a speedboat
VERB
  1. ride water skis
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How To Use water ski In A Sentence

  • No person shall use any vessel or manipulate water skis, an aquaplane, or a similar device in a reckless or negligent manner so as to endanger the life, limb, or property of any person.
  • Here's a quote from the wiki entry: The term jumping the shark alludes to a specific scene in a 1977 episode of the TV series Happy Days when the popular character Arthur "Fonzie" Fonzarelli literally jumps over a shark while water skiing. Hillary Campaign Raising Money Off Of Bill Clinton-Joe McCarthy Comparison
  • He instead took the job of filling their water skins.
  • Dropping the water skin, he stood up rapidly and took out his bow, nocking an arrow rapidly, aiming for the direction of the voices.
  • There is an Olympic-size swimming pool with plenty of sunbeds to go round, a well-equipped health and fitness centre overlooking the pool and plenty of other activities such as tennis, a putting green, water skiing and the like.
  • The water skin filled, quickly, and out of the top a stream of water burst out.
  • It also has a water sports shop that carries everything you need to purchase or rent for water fun activities, and can also arrange for water skiing or kayak rental.
  • He is an enthusiastic member of Chichester Water Ski Club, and regularly takes part in competitions.
  • The bay has become a famous centre for water sports, with canoeing, kayaking, water skiing and powerboating all popular. Times, Sunday Times
  • The three were given water skins and enough food for a week.
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