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1slalom

noun, sla·lom often attributive \ˈslä-ləm\

: a race especially on skis over a winding course that is marked by flags

Full Definition of SLALOM

1
:  skiing in a zigzag or wavy course between upright obstacles (as flags)
2
:  a timed race (as on skis or in an automobile or kayak) over a winding or zigzag course past a series of flags or markers; broadly :  movement over a zigzag route

Origin of SLALOM

Norwegian slalåm, literally, sloping track
First Known Use: 1921

Rhymes with SLALOM

2slalom

intransitive verb

Definition of SLALOM

:  to move over a zigzag course in or as if in a slalom

Examples of SLALOM

  1. <slalomed through the crowd with the ease of an Olympic skier>

First Known Use of SLALOM

1932

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