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Usage examples for ski

  1. He thought of the intoxicating delight of ski- ing in the moonlight.... – Four Weird Tales by Algernon Blackwood
  2. That is, I was ski- ing and she was in her sleigh. – The Card, A Story Of Adventure In The Five Towns by Arnold Bennett
  3. Where he had been wearing a conservative dark silk business suit with a short cape, he now seemed to be wearing a tailored ski- suit with an odd cowl, or a pressure suit without boots or helmet, which was what it was. – The Man Who Staked the Stars by Charles Dye
  4. He scoffed like a boy at her efforts to ski, but he held her up strongly while he scoffed, taking care of her with that adroitness that marked everything he did. – The Knave of Diamonds by Ethel May Dell
  5. I said they might think I was Mr. Butt- in- ski! – T. Tembarom by Frances Hodgson Burnett
  6. An immense abundance of snow masked the world, snow that made them regret acutely they had not equipped themselves with ski. – Marriage by H. G. Wells
  7. Eu skid press; Dak - ski- press. – The Dakotan Languages, and Their Relations to Other Languages by Andrew Woods Williamson
  8. And automatically the splendid muscles of the practised ski- er and athlete saved and guided him, for he was hardly conscious of controlling either speed or direction. – Four Weird Tales by Algernon Blackwood
  9. How I would enjoy ski- ing now! – Note-Book of Anton Chekhov by Anton Pavlovich Chekhov
  10. There were people who preferred foot- slogging to ski at any time, and there were certainly days when teams on foot would literally dance round men pulling on ski. – South with Scott by Edward R. G. R. Evans
  11. You may skate, but not ski or toboggan, nor take more than four hours' active exercise out of the twenty- four. – The Dark Tower by Phyllis Bottome
  12. When he " ski- d," " luged," or danced in the evenings, and especially when he skated on the little rink, he was aware that the eyes of his mind forever sought this strange companion of the night. – Four Weird Tales by Algernon Blackwood
  13. The sudden hideous fancy leaped out upon her that the breaking of a ski now might mean the death of a man, the only man in the world for her. – The Short Cut by Jackson Gregory
  14. The ski is a strip of ash or spruce wood, turned up in front like a sled runner, and smooth and straight grained. – Healthful Sports for Boys by Alfred Rochefort
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