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noun as in travel, recreation in water

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Hikes, beach walks, picnics, boating, and scenic drives are some of my favorites.

The coastline there sees some of the world’s biggest tidal ranges, and that was a problem for Brugidou, a boating enthusiast.

These walkie talkies are perfect for outdoor adventures like boating, camping, hiking, fishing, skiing, and more.

The app could be useful to those who live around the water, whether they’re swimming, fishing, boating or anything else.

That means along with breathtaking scenery, you can find great beach parties and boating options.

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You even went boating once in college with friends from ROTC.

There were no nightclubs, thanks to the Baptists, and there was scant affluence to create boating and nights at fancy restaurants.

In 2010, Hoffman made his feature film directorial debut with Jack Goes Boating.

On the first day of the vacation, she is killed in a boating accident as her children watch on in horror.

But to call End of Watch a “buddy cop” movie is like referring to Titanic as a film about a boating accident.

The girls were dressed in such boating costumes as gave them the very freest movement, and they both used the paddle skillfully.

Once upon a time she had fascinated Worse when he was a mate, during a certain boating excursion by moonlight.

It is said that the ground our trenches now occupy will soon be turned into a lake, and we shall have to go boating there.

There are two boating clubs in existence which provide regattas for the encouragement of sailing.

Mildred and I are walking on the towing-path arm in arm, and I dont approve of boating for her because I dont like it myself.


On this page you'll find 18 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to boating, such as: rowing, sailing, canoeing, cruising, drifting, and paddling.

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