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verb as in slide

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Yoga helped my sore muscles recover, and watching skate videos kept me inspired.

I can’t even put words to the feeling of going to a skate park and just being one person.

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I also like to roller skate, ride scooters, and ride my bike on my driveway and in the park.

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Oshie missed the team’s morning skate Wednesday for undisclosed reasons, but he slotted in with no apparent minute restrictions.

The pandemic brought a flood of new kids to the skate park, including the Gilbert boys, and demand for lessons more than doubled, he says.

Yeah, he wanted to skate and had never skated before, so I taught him when he was 58.

I also figure-skated competitively for about 10 years—I got to figure-skate in the show during the pageant!

We'd skate and walk over the Mile Road and skate and walk over the railroad and skate some more.

My sister Edna took one skate and I took the other, and I was so small that I put I it on right over my shoe.

Next he laced on first the right skate, with a pad of cotton under the tongue, and then the left.

I bet a feller can skate in the streeton the sidewalkalmost anywhere this morning, declared Chet, with enthusiasm.

The one shown was pivoted to a roller-skate wheel which in turn was fastened to a metal standard.

The beam was attached to the skate wheel with two small bolts which were insulated and carried two brushes as commutator contacts.

The laugh is still, the noise has fled, and the first sound of the skate on the black ice seems almost a desecration.

The slope of the bank must be descended sideways—avoid the stones concealed by snow, for they will destroy the edge of the skate.

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On this page you'll find 23 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to skate, such as: glide, coast, flow, glissade, skim, and ice skate.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.