Yachting

/ˈjɒtɪŋ/

Origin

First recorded in 1830–40; yacht + -ing1 (Source: dictionary.com)

Definitions of Yachting

Yachting

noun

  1. the practice or sport of sailing or voyaging in a yacht.
  2. a vessel used for private cruising, racing, or other noncommercial purposes.
  3. the sport or practice of navigating a yacht (as modifier)yachting clothes
  4. a vessel propelled by sail or power, used esp for pleasure cruising, racing, etc
  5. short for sand yacht, ice yacht

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Yachting

verb (used without object)

  1. to sail, voyage, or race in a yacht.

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Yachting

verb

  1. (intr) to sail or cruise in a yacht

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Yachting

noun

  1. The sport or pastime of racing or sailing in yachts.

lexico.com

Yachting

noun

  1. : the action, fact, or pastime of racing or cruising in a yacht

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Example sentences for Yachting

  1. I heard the question right: Cannes is famous for its film festival, but also has a yachting festival in September.
  2. But there's no way to make her see that a perfect stranger is hardly likely to accept an invitation to a yachting party.
  3. He said that I must try to steer Uncle toward Brittany, because he'll be yachting all around there.
  4. He was not so fond of yachting, after all; and he remembered that he had been many times to Norway.
  5. On a yachting cruise his great aim should be to keep people well.
  6. Watch your friends starting off without you on moonlight sleigh rides, and theatre sprees, and yachting and coaching parties.

Related words & Synonyms

navigational, seafaring, maritime, exploration, shipping, boating, rowing, sailing, marine, voyage, flying, aeronautics, seamanship, steerage, pilotage, steering, piloting, canoeing, drifting, aquatic

Nearby words

yacca , yacht , yacht chair , yacht club , yachtie , yachtsman , yachtswoman , yack , yackety-yak , yad

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