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wakeboard

wakeboard

noun wake·board \ˈwāk-ˌbrd\

Definition of WAKEBOARD

:  a short board with foot bindings on which a rider is towed by a motorboat across its wake and especially up off the crest for aerial maneuvers
wake·board·er noun
wake·board·ing noun

First Known Use of WAKEBOARD

1991

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