figure skater

figure skater
Ice skater Ice" skat`er . One who skates on ice wearing an ice skate; esp. an athlete who performs athletic or artistic movements on a sheet of ice, wearing ice skates; a {speed skater} or a {figure skater}. [PJC]

The Collaborative International Dictionary of English. 2000.

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  • figure-skater — noun [countable] [singular figure skater plural figure skaters] Thesaurus: skating and sports played on icehyponym sports events and competitions …   Useful english dictionary

  • figure skater — noun • • • Main Entry: ↑figure * * * figure skater noun, pl ⋯ ers [count] a champion figure skater • • • Main Entry: ↑figure skating …   Useful english dictionary

  • figure skater — noun see figure skating …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • figure skater — noun Someone who figure skates …   Wiktionary

  • figure-skater — See: figure skating …   English dictionary

  • Mark Mitchell (American figure skater) — This article is about the American figure skater. For the Canadian figure skater, see Mark Mitchell (Canadian figure skater). Mark Mitchell Personal information Country represented United States Born May 2, 1968 (1968 05 02) (age 43)… …   Wikipedia

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  • Scott Hamilton (figure skater) — Infobox Figure skater title= Scott Hamilton caption= country= USA dateofbirth= birth date and age|1958|8|28 residence= height= formercoach= Don Laws, Carlo Fassi, Pierre Brunet choreographer= formerchoreographer= skating club= Philadelphia SC HS… …   Wikipedia

  • David Jenkins (figure skater) — David Jenkins Personal information Country represented United States Born June 29, 1936 (1936 06 29) (age 75) Skating club Broadmoor SC Retired 1960 …   Wikipedia

  • Donald McPherson (figure skater) — Donald McPherson Personal information Full name John Donald McPherson Country represented  Canada Born February 20, 1945 …   Wikipedia

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