The Internet can be an impersonal place: You can observe the world at an aloof distance, and then just surf to another page.
Anyway, right now we were ordered to grab the boats and get them in the surf, which we did without much trouble.
On October 30 in New York City, a 45-year-old homeless man high on K2 attempted to “surf” on top of a moving subway car.
I felt like the Coppertone baby with that little dog attached to my brosiery, pulling the little guy toward the surf.
I should say that I surf in Barbados, just to see what happens in Season 5.
Even if they hed we would not hev heard it, fur the wind and the surf beatin' on the reef would hev drowned it.
The freshening wind rolled in such a surf that there was great danger that their boat would be swamped.
Chris had breakfast cooking and Captain Westfield had just returned from taking a morning plunge in the surf.
But the wind rose, and the surf dashed so violently upon the muddy banks, that a landing could not be effected.
My passengers said, "Aunty, mayn't we have a swim in the surf along the shore?"
1680s, probably from earlier suffe (1590s), of uncertain origin. Originally used in reference to the coast of India, hence perhaps of Indic origin. Or perhaps a phonetic respelling of sough, which meant "a rushing sound."
To move or pass through some range of choices, such as television channels: I surfed from your show/ They're surfing the same part of the zeitgeist
[1990s+; fr the ease and rapidity of movement while surfing on waves]