How to use Waikiki in a sentence
She was Miss Kona Coffee, Miss Waikiki, Miss Honolulu—corny-sounding titles that in fact had ushered her into rooms with politicians and CEOs and sent her across the Pacific to promote Hawaii tourism and business development in Japan.How a Domestic Violence Exposé Ushered In a New Era for the Miss America Pageant | Amy Argetsinger | September 9, 2021 | Time
As I lowered myself to the board, I played out a scene familiar from any beginner break from Waikiki to Bondi.
Waikiki resident Darrell Maielua, a 58-year-old district manager for a Hawaii laundry company, applied for a homestead on Oahu in 2008.The Government Promised to Return Ancestral Hawaiian Land, Then Never Finished the Job | by Rob Perez, Honolulu Star-Advertiser, and Agnel Philip, ProPublica | December 19, 2020 | ProPublica
After a full day of rest and relaxation, the Crazybox nightclub at The Waikiki EDITION is the nightlife spot on the island.
Waikiki's ideal surfing conditions—steady, dependable waves usually from two to five feet—attracted Hawaiian royalty years ago.
The average rainfall in Waikiki is about 20 to 25 inches per year, slightly more in Honolulu.
Kewalo Basin near Waikiki, the sport-fishing center for Oahu, offers a fine selection of charter craft and experienced skippers.
Such a bottom is that off the beach of Waikiki, and it produces a splendid surf-riding surf.The Cruise of the Snark | Jack London
The grass grows right down to the water at Waikiki Beach, and within fifty feet of the everlasting sea.The Cruise of the Snark | Jack London
British Dictionary definitions for Waikiki
a resort area in Hawaii, on SE Oahu: a suburb of Honolulu
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