iceboater


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ice·boat

 (īs′bōt′)
n.
1. A boatlike vehicle set on sharp runners, used for sailing on ice.

ice′boat′er n.
ice′boat′ing n.
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iceboater

(ˈaɪsˌbəʊtə)
n
a person who sails an iceboat
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Every iceboater has an interesting tale of how he got started.
Webster Lake is where Roger Livingston, the Worcester iceboater, puts in his 19-foot two-seater.
"THE SNOWSHOERS IN THEIR BLANKET COATS AND TOQUES, THE ICEBOATERS SKIMMING OVER THE SMOOTH SURFACES OF A DOZEN FROZEN BAYS, THE TOBOGGANERS RACING DOWN THE STEEP MAN-MADE SLOPES--ALL THESE BELONG TO A TIME WHEN INDOOR ELECTRONIC AMUSEMENTS DID NOT EXIST AND PEOPLE THOUGHT NOTHING OF VENTURING INTO THE COLD TO MAKE THEIR OWN FUN."