yachting[ yot-ing ]SEE DEFINITION OF yachting
Synonyms for yachting
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR YACHTING
The author and compiler of this work is the editor of "Yachting."
You say you are going to take her yachting, and that's she's a proud sort.
Surely he was a handsome-looking fellow in his yachting suit.
"Why, I never knew that yachting could be300 so exciting," says Miss Hampton.
Why, no man may know what may go forward in a yachting party.
We were yachting on the Mississippi, and we could not bother with arresting and holding prisoners.
You ain't one of these yachting dudes—you're a skipper, ain't you?
Yachting etiquette doesn't allow a steam-whistle to be sounded in salute.
Tournaments were held for ski, rifle-shooting, yachting, and other sports.
Yachting and canoeing are fine pastimes in this land of waterways.
1550s, yeaghe "a light, fast-sailing ship," probably from Norwegian jaght, from Middle Low German jacht, shortened form of jachtschip "fast pirate ship," literally "ship for chasing," from jacht "chase," from jagen "to chase, hunt," from Old High German jagon, from Proto-Germanic *jagojanan.