Definition of Surface lift

1. Noun. A ski tow that pulls skiers up a slope without lifting them off the ground.

Generic synonyms: Lift, Ski Lift, Ski Tow
Specialized synonyms: Alpine Lift, T-bar, T-bar Lift



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Surface Lift

surface-to-air
surface-to-air missile
surface-to-air missile system
surface area
surface areas
surface assimilation
surface boundary layer
surface boundary layers
surface car
surface cars
surface clutter
surface energy
surface fire
surface gage
surface gauge
surface lift (current term)
surface mail
surface mine
surface noise
surface normal
surface of revolution
surface plasmon
surface plasmons
surface quality
surface runoff
surface search radar
surface ship
surface soil
surface tension
surface water

Literary usage of Surface lift

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1. John L. Stoddard's Lectures: Illustrated and Embellished with Views of the by John Lawson Stoddard (1898)
"... rising to its surface, lift from this bowl their rounded forms, and pause a second in the air before they break, they are still just as richly tinted as ..."

2. Lectures, Illustrated and Embellished with Views of the World's Famous by John Lawson Stoddard (1898)
"In fact, its coloring is so intense, that as the bubbles, rising to its surface, lift from this bowl their rounded forms, and pause a second in the air ..."

3. Anatomy, Descriptive and Surgical by Henry Gray, Henry Vandyke Carter, Luther Holden (1878)
"... and laterally by the alveolar arch, Fig. 156.— Base of the Skull. External Surface. lift nf. -Tmnt/ni£* right Ny palatin* 'ami na. ..."

4. Practical Aviation: An Understandable Presentation of Interesting and by Charles Brian Hayward (1919)
"The sustaining effect of a wing surface or aeroplane surface. Lift. The component perpendicular to the relative wind, in a vertical plane. of the force on ..."

5. Building Stones and Clay-products: A Handbook for Architects by Heinrich Ries (1912)
"Also a ridge of solid rock outcropping at the surface. Lift. The name sometimes applied to joint planes which are approximately horizontal. Limestone. ..."

6. Building Stones and Clay-products: A Handbook for Architects by Heinrich Ries (1912)
"Also a ridge of solid rock outcropping at the surface. Lift. The name sometimes applied to joint planes which are approximately horizontal. Limestone. ..."

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