Noun(1) the sport of riding a surfboard toward the shore on the crest of a wave
Verb(1) ride the waves of the sea with a surfboard(2) look around casually and randomly, without seeking anything in particular(3) switch channels, on television
(1) This was, of course, the one period in surfing which saw the most radical change.(2) Is this really the extreme to which the high life of surfing has finally been reduced?(3) What they gave us is their snapshot look at contemporary surfing , for good or ill.(4) Coffs Harbour is a pretty little town in which surfing is the sport of choice.(5) The sport that mixes elements of kite flying, wind surfing and surfing has grown rapidly over the past five years.(6) What we have here is an examination of the impact of surfing on the lives of several men and women.(7) Madeira has a host of water sports options including surfing and water skiing.(8) However, despite that the sport of surfing continues to grow in popularity.(9) why share your internet connection with people surfing and chatting?(10) His perception of surfing is as the sport and lifestyle should be, positively happy.(11) surfing the net(12) Riding boards in a prone position has been around probably longer than stand-up surfing .(13) One of my favorite sports of summer, surfing has its strong points and fantastic features that many non-surfers do not know about.(14) Waves do bash its shores, and there is great surfing year-round.(15) As the final went on, perhaps an hour in length, the present and future of surfing were on display.(16) Though it sounds intimidating at first, Addison insists that river surfing is an accessible sport with the right introduction, which he gives.