Examples of sailing in a Sentence
They're going sailing next week.
Recent Examples of sailing from the Web
While there, soak in the views of Lake Ontario from the shore, try a sailing course, or take a drink break on a waterfront patio.
If the L.A. Olympics are committed to the best settings in SoCal, how could San Diego not be considered in addition to Long Beach, the current sailing host?
Campers, ages 7 to 16, generally think the best things about this camp on Lake Wylie are archery, sailing, and the challenge course.
For example, for the Topdeck Ibiza sailing trip, breakfast and lunch are included every full day, but dinners are at the travelers’ discretion; and there are optional excursions, like a kayaking tour, that cost extra.
Gilbert is a boating and sailing journalist, who also writes cookbooks, and has cooked for hungry crews on long-distance and racing trips.
The month before, White House officials trumpeted news of an aircraft carrier heading toward North Korea — at a time when the ship was in fact sailing in the opposite direction.
Happily Ever After will be pure smooth sailing from there.
Bermuda Emirates Team New Zealand won the America’s Cup on Monday, wresting control of the nearly 166-year-old sailing trophy from Larry Ellison’s Oracle Team USA and dealing a blow to the Silicon Valley tycoon’s revamp of the competition.
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First Known Use of sailing
before 12th century
SAILING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of sailing for English Language Learners
: the sport or activity of traveling on water in a sailboat
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