Coasting

Author: Nigor Category: Classical

8 thoughts on “ Coasting

  1. Mokree Reply
    to slide on a sled down a snowy or icy hillside or incline. to descend a hill or the like, as on a bicycle, without using pedals. verb (used with object) to cause to move along under acquired momentum: to .
  2. Zubar Reply
    15 synonyms of coasting from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus 4 related words, definitions, and antonyms. Find another word for coasting. Coasting: to move or proceed smoothly and readily.
  3. Vudonos Reply
    In coasting down a hill, it is difficult to stop at the bottom. From hence we rowed down the stream, coasting the province of Parino. It was not usual for these shellbacks to write letters while on a .
  4. Tujar Reply
    Mar 06,  · Directed by Michael P. Noens. With Jonathan C. Legat, Stephanie Wyatt, Thomas J. Akouris, Sean Colbert. Two people, both in relationships, find love in the most unlikely place, a remote hotel bar in the small town of Stillwater, IL. Twice. Now they'll have to deal with more than anyone's fair share of difficulty, family issues, current significant other issues, and proximity issues, to try to /10(23).
  5. Faem Reply
    Coasting is a travel book by Jonathan Raban. It has received a positive review by Beryl Bainbridge.. Plot summary. Written as a travelogue, Coasting describes Jonathan Raban's single-handed 4, mile voyage around Britain which he made in (at the age of 40) in an old restored foot sea-going ketch, the Gosfield pakhaisuversrivicnesssogosanddresjoe.coinfo important point is that Raban sailed with a chart and a hand.
  6. Godal Reply
    To proceed with little effort. Because the route was mostly downhill, the car just coasted along. I'm worried that you're just coasting along through your senior year without taking your future seriously.
  7. Kigall Reply
    Coasting book. Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Winner of the Australian Sony Young Movellist of the Year Award!Jen's jus /5(4).
  8. Goltiramar Reply
    To act or move aimlessly or with little effort: coasted for a few weeks before applying for a job. 3. Nautical To sail near or along a coast.

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