First Known Use of ice-skate
Definition of ice skate
Examples of ice skate in a Sentence
a pair of ice skates
Recent Examples of ice skate from the Web
The museum also displays a pair of Dutch leather shoes, Viking bone ice skates and chariot mounts.
In the 15th century Netherlands, the most common way to travel in cold months was by skates, says Federico Formenti, a physiologist and sports scientist at King’s College London who has studied the evolution of ice skates.
In the winter, strap on a pair of ice skates, snowshoes, or cross-country skis.
During the winter of 1886, an apprentice printer named Walsh ice skated from his home in Alexandria to his office in Washington, via the Potomac River.
Olympic skater Nathan Chen of Team USA made history on Friday, February 16, after landing six quad jumps in the Free Skate portion of the ice skating event at the 2018 Winter Olympics.
Similar to Schneider, Gert B. Frobe is not a good choice to even hang out near an Olympic stadium, let alone stand in for Johnny Weir, but that hair almost transports you to another world where Johnny Weir never came across an ice skate.
Read on to see the Internet’s feelings about Lipinski and Weir’s ice skating commentary at the Winter Olympics so far.
There are plenty of places nearby to ice skate, downhill ski and cross-country ski.
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First Known Use of ice skate
ICE-SKATE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of ice skate for English Language Learners
: a shoe with a special blade on the bottom that is used for skating on ice
ICE-SKATE Defined for Kids
Definition of ice-skate for Students
Definition of ice skate for Students
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