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blading

[ bley-ding ]
/ ˈbleɪ dɪŋ /
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noun
the act of skating on in-line skates.
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Origin of blading

1985–90; <(Roller)blad(e) + -ing1

OTHER WORDS FROM blading

blader, noun
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How to use blading in a sentence

  • If you was me would you swap off your white-handled jack-knife your father bought you for a four-blader?

    The William Henry Letters|Abby Morton Diaz

British Dictionary definitions for blading

blading

noun
the act or an instance of skating with in-line skates
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