water-skiing

NOUN
  1. skiing on water while being towed by a motorboat
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How To Use water-skiing In A Sentence

  • And if scubas not your thing, you can still surround yourself with half-naked, chiseled men if you go Jet Skiing, water-skiing, windsurfing, parasailing, or surfing. Become Your Own Matchmaker
  • 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.
  • I used to be a whizz at water-skiing, but I've given that up because nowadays the sea is so polluted.
  • I love hiking, water-skiing, snowboarding - all sorts of general play outside.
  • The future of a top water-skiing club could be in jeopardy if plans for a new housing development are approved by Selby councillors.
  • Adults can amuse themselves with windsurfing, water-skiing, snorkelling lessons and paragliding.
  • Meantime, the children enjoyed the huge range of activities from water-skiing to football, go-karting, trampolining and lots of strictly supervised swimming.
  • As well as water-skiing, the centre would offer a host of other water sports, including wakeboarding, kayaking, canoeing, rowing, sailing and windsurfing.
  • For several years in a row it was water-skiing, and at age twelve he went from two skis to slaloming to barefooting, losing several bathing suits and drinking half the lake in the process. Again to Carthage
  • Other possibilities include sumo-wrestling competitions, kayak races, tennis tournaments, water-skiing, tug-of-war, carome (a Mauritian version of shove-halfpenny) and petanque competitions, and so on.
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