Examples of sailing in a Sentence
They're going sailing next week.
Recent Examples of sailing from the Web
Her 2008 Pulitzer Prize-winning Violin Concerto and her grand opera Cold Mountain were relatively easy sailing.
Its inaugural season will be in Europe, with sailings from Miami beginning in November.
Go to sea in search of whales and offshore adventure on a Maine windjammer sailing and whale-watching cruise.
Because of all these things, an Olympian is here, preparing to ski down a hillside, bouncing through a field of moguls and sailing off two giant jumps.
The ultra thin carbon fiber that makes up the body of the plane, for instance, was created by the same company producing hulls for the sleek sailing boats the European Alinghi team race in the America’s Cup.
On sailings of five nights or more, travelers receive an onboard credit of between $100 to $300.
Robbie Haines was almost pre-destined for a career in sailing.
Miller produced more than 500 action films about a variety of outdoor activities, including surfing and sailing.
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First Known Use of sailing
before 12th century
SAILING Defined for English Language Learners
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