Definition of Glissader

1. [n -S]



Lexicographical Neighbors of Glissader

gliotic
gliotoxin
gliotransmission
glipizide
glipzide
gliquidone
glires
gliricidia
glirid
glirids
glisk
glisks
gliss
glissade
glissaded
glissader
glissaders
glissades
glissading
glissandi
glissando
glissandoes
glissandos
glissette
glissettes
glissonitis
glist
glisten
glistened
glistening

Literary usage of Glissader

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Mountaineering by Clinton Thomas Dent (1892)
"This is a little easier, and if the glissader trips or loses his balance he is ... A really good glissader finds it wholly unnecessary to employ his axe at ..."

2. The English Illustrated Magazine (1904)
"And also not to be forgotten was a snow slope on the subsequent descent ; the sensations of a would-be glissader whizzing helplessly past his companion ..."

3. In the Heart of the Canadian Rockies by Sir James Outram, James Outram (1905)
"There are so many possibilities of accident; from avalanching snow, from a patch of hard surface, where the glissader loses all ..."

4. Peaks, Passes, and Glaciers: Being Excursions by Members of the Alpine Club by Alpine Club (London, England) (1862)
"... losing his balance and footing, he came down rather more quickly than he intended, in that undignified attitude peculiar to the inexperienced glissader; ..."

5. Scottish Mountaineering Club Journal by Scottish Mountaineering Club (1903)
"If the proper course is followed the glissader should find himself eventually in a shallow winding gully, down which he may glissade at great speed and with ..."

6. With Ski & Sledge Over Arctic Glaciers by William Martin Conway (1898)
"Any good glissader can soon learn to slide down a moderately steep slope on ski. When the snow is uneven, still more when it is of varying textures (soft in ..."

7. Mountaineering by Clinton Thomas Dent (1892)
"This is a little easier, and if the glissader trips or loses his balance he is ... A really good glissader finds it wholly unnecessary to employ his axe at ..."

8. The English Illustrated Magazine (1904)
"And also not to be forgotten was a snow slope on the subsequent descent ; the sensations of a would-be glissader whizzing helplessly past his companion ..."

9. In the Heart of the Canadian Rockies by Sir James Outram, James Outram (1905)
"There are so many possibilities of accident; from avalanching snow, from a patch of hard surface, where the glissader loses all ..."

10. Peaks, Passes, and Glaciers: Being Excursions by Members of the Alpine Club by Alpine Club (London, England) (1862)
"... losing his balance and footing, he came down rather more quickly than he intended, in that undignified attitude peculiar to the inexperienced glissader; ..."

11. Scottish Mountaineering Club Journal by Scottish Mountaineering Club (1903)
"If the proper course is followed the glissader should find himself eventually in a shallow winding gully, down which he may glissade at great speed and with ..."

12. With Ski & Sledge Over Arctic Glaciers by William Martin Conway (1898)
"Any good glissader can soon learn to slide down a moderately steep slope on ski. When the snow is uneven, still more when it is of varying textures (soft in ..."

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