to ride a cresting wave toward the shore by lying face down in the water with the arms stretched forward in the direction of the wave.
to ride a wave by lying on it without a surfboard
(informal) to fling oneself prone onto a crowd of people, for example on a dance floor or at a rock concert, and move or be carried over their heads
a weighted exercise bar made of steel encased in a layer of foam, used for toning and strength training.
the tracks of a railroad yard used for switching or sorting cars.
type used in the main text of printed matter, generally less than 14 points.
noun a sleeveless type of jerkin, usually quilted, worn as an outer garment for extra warmth Historical Examples Campward Ho! Unknown