Herringbone meaning

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(sports) A method of climbing a ski slope with the tips of the skis pointed outward.
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To arrange or decorate with a herringbone pattern.
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To produce a herringbone pattern.
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(sports) To ascend a ski slope with the ski tips pointed outward.
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The spine of a herring, having numerous thin, parallel bony extensions on each side similar to the barbs of a feather.
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A pattern with such a design or anything having such a pattern, as a kind of cross-stitch, a twill weave, or an arrangement of bricks.
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A method of climbing a slope on skis with the ski tips turned outward so that the tracks form a herringbone pattern.
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Having the pattern of a herringbone.
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To stitch, weave, or arrange in a herringbone pattern.
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To climb (a slope) on skis, using the herringbone method.
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A bone of a herring.
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A zigzag pattern, especially made by bricks, on a cloth, or by stitches in sewing.
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(skiing) A method of climbing a hill by pointing the skis outward in a V-shape to keep from sliding backwards.
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Twilled fabric woven in rows of parallel sloping lines.
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To stitch in a herringbone pattern.
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(skiing) To climb a hill by pointing the skis outward in a V-shape to keep from sliding backwards.
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