Origin of kayak
OTHER WORDS FROM kayakkay·ak·er, noun
How to use kayak in a sentence
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
That was a crazy moment, realizing the streets were all flooded and my kayak was the only way for me to get around.
Luckily I was an active kayaker before I broke my arm, and I still had my kayak.
This encampment on the South Fork of the Caddo River, about 95 miles west of Little Rock, offers complimentary kayaks, tubes, and a paddleboat.
He is photographed kayaking, scuba diving, meditating, sleeping in a mosquito net, and on a myriad of outdoorsy sojourns.Demi Moore Might Be Dating an Australian Pearl Diver and He Is Amazing|Kevin Fallon|May 10, 2013|DAILY BEAST
I work all morning and have a late lunch, then work out, ride my bike, or go kayaking.‘Treme’ Writer and Detective Novelist George Pelecanos: How I Write|Noah Charney|September 26, 2012|DAILY BEAST
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.