Now updated for CSW19. New words, if any, and new inflections of existing words, are shown in red.
|a skiing event in which actions are performed to music.
|a skiing technique that involves keeping the knees flexible so as to absorb bumps and remain in contact with the snow.
|a competition in cross-country skiing and shooting.
|one who takes part in a BIATHLON.
|a series of chairs on an endless cable for carrying passengers up a mountain etc.
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|a turn with skis parallel executed when descending at speed. [From Kristiana, former name of Oslo].
|a skiing competition involving two events.
|one who skis downhill.
|an extreme form of skiing in which participants attempt difficult jumps and turns.
|as in gelande jump, a jump made in downhill skiing.
|a skiing jump from a crouch using both poles.
|an enclosed car suspended from a cable and used to transport passengers esp. one used as a ski-lift.
|to ski down mountains reached by helicopter.
|the sport of skiing down mountains reached by helicopter.
|(in skiing) of a method of climbing a slope, the skis being placed at an angle and leaving a herringbone-like pattern in the snow.
|to perform fancy stunts, as when skiing or surfing.
|the approach ramp of a ski jump.
|a kind of wax for skis. [Norweg. klister, paste].
|cross-country skiing or running.
|a cross-country skier.
|a track used for cross-country skiing > LOIPEN.
|a long-distance cross-country ski race.
|a small ski.
|a bump on a trail that a skier skis around, formed naturally after many skiers travel down the slope on the same path or man-made by machine.
|a wide ski on which a skier stands with both feet; (verb) to ski on a monoski.
|one who skis on a MONOSKI.
|one who does not ski.
|pertaining to cross-country ski racing and ski jumping.
|the sport of jumping off high mountains wearing skis and a light parachute composed of inflatable fabric tubes that form a semirigid wing.
|an early form of ski-stick; also, an ice-axe.
|marked off in pistes.
|in skiing, a jump-turn at right angles.
|a type of ski suit consisting of usu quilted trousers extending to the chest and held up with shoulder-straps. No SALOPETTE*.
|in skiing, a straight slope on which it is possible to make a fast run; (verb) to make such a run > SCHUSSES, SCHUSSING, SCHUSSED.
|a very proficient SCHUSSER.
|one who makes SCHUSSES, makes fast runs on a straight skiing slope.
|a depression left in snow after a skier has fallen backwards.
|to ski > SKEES, SKEEING, SKEED.
|a narrow strip attached to a boot for gliding over snow; (verb) to move on skis > SKIS, SKIING, SKIED.
|that can be skied.
|a downhill racer with a fore and aft ski; (verb) to ride a skibob > SKIBOBS, SKIBOBBING, SKIBOBBED.
|one who rides a SKIBOB.
|one that skis.
|the sport of traveling on skis.
|skijorer skikjorer skiorer
|one who does SKIJORING.
|skijoring skikjoring skioring
|the sport of being drawn on skis over snow by horse or motor.
|one who engages in the sport of skijumping.
|related to clothes for skiing. No —S.
|a zig-zag course e.g. in skiing; (verb) to ski a slalom > SLALOMS, SLALOMING, SLALOMED.
|one who SLALOMS.
|the side of a slope, especially a ski slope.
|one who engages in SNOWBLADING.
|short skis used without poles. No SNOWBLADE*.
|a form of skiing without poles, using short skis.
|of a machine, used for the production of artificial snow for ski slopes.
|the act of hopping to lift the tails of the skis off the ground while flexing the knees into a crouching position.
|a skiing turn or stop executed by shifting the weight forward on the ski so that it will be on the outside of the turn, and gradually turning its tip inward; (verb) to make this kind of skiing turn.
|a type of ski.
|skiing using turfskis.
|to reduce momentarily the force exerted, as by a ski, on a surface by shifting the weight or position of one's body.
|the position of a skier leaning forward from the ankles, usually without lifting the heels from the skis.
|a ski used for skiing on water.
|the sport of skiing on water.
|to ski in a swiveling motion with skis close together.