a board similar to a surfboard, with a sail attached to a pivoting mast, used in windsurfing
A modified surfboard having a single sail mounted on a mast that pivots on a ball joint, ridden while standing up.
intransitive verbsail·board·ed, sail·board·ing, sail·boards
To engage in sailboarding.
(third-person singular simple present sailboards, present participle sailboarding, simple past and past participle sailboarded)
- To practice the sport of using a sailboard.
- We went sailboarding, but it's just as hard as it looks.