Search Result for "ski":
1. narrow wood or metal or plastic runners used in pairs for gliding over snow;
1. move along on skis;
- Example: "We love to ski the Rockies"
- Example: "My children don't ski"
The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48:
Ski \Ski\ (sk[=e]), n.; pl. skis (sk[=e]z). [Dan. ski; Icel. sk[imac][eth] a billet of wood. See Skid.] A long, flat, narrow runner made of wood, plastic or metal, curved upwards in front, having a fitting allowing it to be attached to the foot, and used for gliding or sliding over snow. Commonly used in the plural, to designate the pair. [Also spelled skee.] [Webster 1913 Suppl. +PJC] SkiagraphThe Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48:
Skee \Skee\, n. [Dan. ski; Icel. sk[imac]? a billet of wood. See Skid.] A long strip of wood, curved upwards in front, used on the foot for sliding; now usually spelled ski. [1913 Webster]Moby Thesaurus II by Grady Ward, 1.0:
25 Moby Thesaurus words for "ski": coast, flit, flow, fly, glide, glissade, ice skates, ice-skate, roller skates, roller-skate, sail, sideslip, skate, skateboard, skates, skid, skim, sled, sleigh, slide, slip, slither, snowshoes, sweep, toboggan