or kai·ak, ky·ack, ky·ak
verb (used without object)
verb (used with object)
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Origin of kayak
OTHER WORDS FROM kayakkay·ak·er, noun
Example sentences from the Web for kayak
It’s been great for the sporting-goods sellers supplying them with new golf clubs, kayaks, hiking boots, and more.Outdoor sports equipment sales are booming thanks to Covid-19|Marc Bain|November 24, 2020|Quartz
“They thought the whale had the kayak in its mouth,” McSorley said.A pair of kayakers in California barely avoid being swallowed by a humpback whale|Des Bieler|November 4, 2020|Washington Post
Luckily I was an active kayaker before I broke my arm, and I still had my kayak.
That was a crazy moment, realizing the streets were all flooded and my kayak was the only way for me to get around.
This encampment on the South Fork of the Caddo River, about 95 miles west of Little Rock, offers complimentary kayaks, tubes, and a paddleboat.
Lesser sports facilities—used for rowing, baseball, and kayaking contests in the 2008 Games—now seem deserted.Architectural White Elephants: Beijing, London, and the Post-Olympics Curse|Melinda Liu|August 14, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Kayaking certainly proves a compelling metaphor for both writing and grief.
Like writing, kayaking is all a balancing act, a one-man show of force and skill.