skier

[skee-er]
noun
a person who skis.

Origin:
1890–95; ski + -er1

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ski (skiː)
 
n , pl skis, ski
1.  a.  one of a pair of wood, metal, or plastic runners that are used for gliding over snow. Skis are commonly attached to shoes for sport, but may also be used as landing gear for aircraft, etc
 b.  (as modifier): a ski boot
2.  a water-ski
 
vb , skis, ski, skis, skiing, skied, ski'd
3.  (intr) to travel on skis
 
[C19: from Norwegian, from Old Norse skith snowshoes; related to Old English scīd piece of split wood]
 
'skiable
 
adj
 
'skier
 
n
 
'skiing
 
n

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Example sentences
Few things look more inviting to a skier or snowboarder than a mountain
  blanketed in soft, deep snow.
With the bevel, the chance that a skier will catch an edge is reduced.
It certainly is a skier's mountain with plenty of adventurous runs for both
  beginner and expert.
They turned more easily because they concentrated the skier's weight at the
  middle of the ski's inside blade edge.
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