verb (used without object)
- skate over,
- skate ski,
Origin of skateboard
Examples from the Web for skateboard
When a skateboard enthusiast turned her painting skills to making boards from scratch, the result was a work of art.Lauren Andino, Skater Chick Turned Entrepreneur, Makes Old-school Boards From Scratch|Nina Strochlic|May 8, 2014|DAILY BEAST
They rollerblade, skateboard, perform beatbox and hip-hop, and do parkour.
Nicole Miller turned to pop art, skateboard culture, and street style for her inspiration.
A memoir written in the present tense is like a fish on a skateboard.
Skateboarding requires only a tapered piece of wood flexibly mounted on roller-skate wheels and a stretch of pavement -- preferably downhill and away from traffic. ["Life," June 5, 1964]