Examples of sailing in a Sentence
They're going sailing next week.
Recent Examples of sailing from the Web
Booking flights on United 737s instead of United 757s, both made by Boeing , could significantly improve your chances of smooth sailing.
Instead, these sisters only help build one another up with their humorous banter, relatable songwriting, driving guitar riffs and heart-pounding drumbeats that together create a smooth sailing, explosive rock show.
But the ailing estuary, site of the Olympic’s sailing and rowing, is anything but pristine.
Days are filled with shopping, safaris, and sailing, while nights are spent dining and relaxing in serene boutique hotels.
Solo travelers interested in this type of cruise experience can expect to pay $1,690 for a weeklong cruise to the French Riviera on June 2, and $2,350 for a 19-night transatlantic sailing from the Caribbean to Portugal on March 31.
Hogan's future includes expanding his sailing skills and keeping up with maintenance procedures.
But as of Monday, Cruise Critic reported that 20 cruises had been canceled, 16 sailings shortened, and 16 itineraries altered.
Yes, there’s already a small memorial on the moon—and perhaps more on the way—but what about a memorial sailing forever toward the stars, like the Voyager record carrying our message to other worlds?
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First Known Use of sailing
before 12th century
SAILING Defined for English Language Learners
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