Now updated for CSW19. New words, if any, and new inflections of existing words, are shown in red.
|a board for riding on the surface of water.
|the sport of skimming across water.
|a surfboard that is shorter and blunter than a standard board, on which the surfer lies rather than stands.
|to surf without a surfboard.
|one who BODYSURFS.
|a dangerous current over a submerged reef,
|a wave that crashes suddenly downwards with great force, causing surfers to fall.
|a board used for speed in windsurfing.
|of surfing conditions, difficult and dangerous.
|an inexperienced surfer.
|A short surfboard ridden in a kneeling position; (verb) to ride a kneeboard.
|a type of SURFBOARD.
|as in malibu board, a lightweight surfboard. No —S.
|a long narrow buoyant board used for riding the surf or in rescuing swimmers.
|a shirt worn by surfers as protection against the sun, heat rash etc.
|the member of a life-saving surf team who operates the reel.
|the noise of the surf on the shore.
|a long narrow buoyant board used for riding the surf or in rescuing swimmer.
|one who uses a SAILBOARD.
|the sport of using a sailboard.
|a SURFBOARD between six and eight feet in length.
|a type of surfboard shorter than normal and rounded at both ends; (verb) to use a skimboard.
|one who uses a SKIMBOARD.
|a small board used for surfing.
|surging water or waves rushing up a sloping beach; sea foam; (verb) to bathe in or ride on surf.
|that can be surfed.
|a long narrow board used in surfing; (verb) to surf on a surfboard.
|one who uses a SURFBOARD.
|one who surfs.
|a young usu. unemployed person who spends much time surfing.
|to ride on surf.
|one who engages in SURFING.
|having surf > SURFIER, SURFIEST.
|a short surfboard for a rider towed behind a motorboat; (verb) to ride a wakeboard.
|one who practises WAKEBOARDING.
|a sport similar to water-skiing in which the participant is towed behind a motorboat while riding on WAKEBOARD.
|(US) a female surfer.
|to sail on a SAILBOARD.
|one who practises windsurfing.
|a fall from a surfboard; a complete failure.