Definition of longboard
- And then, about half a dozen years ago, I noticed the pendulum swinging back the other way. I began to see longboards again, and more and more women in the water.
- —Jeff Spurrier, Atlantic, April 2002
- Amanda Rosen was having an utterly awesome day taking a longboard down a winding stretch of Washington state road …
- —Andy Campbell, Huffington Post, 18 Dec. 2013
longboarderplay \ˈlȯŋ-ˌbȯr-dər\ noun, plural longboarders
- The warm waters of the western Nayarit Coast and a strong right break in summer make Sayulita ideal for young longboarders …
- —Kimberly Brown Seely, National Geographic Adventure, May 2007
longboardingplay \ˈlȯŋ-ˌbȯr-diŋ\ noun
- The revival of longboarding over the past decade has also added to surfing's pull. Boards over nine feet—compared with the usual seven—float better and are more stable for beginners.
- —Debra Klein, Newsweek, 10 June 2002