View definitions for kiting
verb as in clear out
At the heart of it all is the town of Hood River, adrenaline-filled mecca for all wind and water sports, from windsurfing to kiting and SUPing to whitewater paddling.
The youngsters stopped with disgust, as Toodles went kiting up the hill, yelping.
The fever of speculation was in the veins of the community before "kiting" began.
Now you will have to excuse me—the market's kiting, and I've got to watch it.
So this afternoon I togged out in my furs, took the jumper, and went kiting over to the Titchborne Ranch.
The ice was smooth and hard, and the breeze powerful enough to send them along at a kiting pace.
On this page you'll find 64 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to kiting, such as: beat it, begone, decamp, depart, go, and hightail.
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