surfboard

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • v surfboard ride the waves of the sea with a surfboard "Californians love to surf"
    • n surfboard a narrow buoyant board for riding surf
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Usage

In literature:

They have what is called a surfboard perhaps four or five feet long.
"Scenes in the Hawaiian Islands and California" by Mary Evarts Anderson
Rick had a quick glimpse of Zircon being hauled along like an oversized surfboard, then the rope was on him.
"The Pirates of Shan" by Harold Leland Goodwin
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In news:

A surfboard from the forgettable 1964 movie "Ride the Wild Surf" rests in a corner of one gallery at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.
Others up for multiple surfboard-shaped trophies include the CW's "The Vampire Diaries" with six nominations, and Fox's "American Idol" and Justin Bieber with five nods each.
Paul Carter pursues his passion for surfing and painting at San Clemente Surfboards & Art.
The owners of Ashland's Aedion Aesthetic opened a new snow, skate and surfboarding shop in Happy Valley called Akkolade.
TURTLE BAY RESORT ANNOUNCES PI'I MAI KANALU, A TRADITIONAL WOOD-SHAPED SURFBOARD COURSE, LED BY RENOWNED CRAFTSMAN TOM "POHAKU" STONE.
On a deceptively calm morning last week, Bobby Gumm floated on his surfboard on the water off South Beach State Park.
The Jack's Surfboards team is crowned as the West Regional Champs in Newport more.
Check out Proctor Surfboards featured in the 2011 Surfboard Buyer's Guide at SURFER Magazine online.
Grain Surfboards is located in York, Maine.
Grain makes hollow wooden surfboards.
A Grain Surfboard in action.
What One of the last drive-in restaurants in Honolulu, its parking lot is often filled with vans topped with surfboards.
Check out Rat Surfboards featured in the 2011 Surfboard Buyer's Guide at SURFER Magazine online.
Save the Lipoa Point surfboard cemetery.
The Sacred Craft Surfboard Expo takes over Santa Cruz this weekend more.
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