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A parachute that is designed with openings or extensions to allow airflow and is towed behind an automobile or motorboat to lift a rider attached by a harness into the air.
intr.v. par·a·sailed, par·a·sail·ing, par·a·sails
To be pulled into the air while harnessed to such a parachute.
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(Swimming, Water Sports & Surfing) a sport in which a water-skier wearing a parachute is towed by a speedboat, becomes airborne, and sails along in the air
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par•a•sail•ing(ˈpær əˌseɪ lɪŋ)
the sport of soaring while harnessed to a parasail.
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