The act of sailing along a coast, or from port to port.(noun)
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Use "coasting" in a sentence
"The phrase "coasting schools", though it has acquired a new buzz in the education debate, has a longer history than this government."
"None of them played more than 28 minutes in coasting to a win over Indiana in San Antonio on Thursday night, and coach Gregg Popovich also had a chance to rest his vocal cords - he was ejected in the second quarter for arguing a no-call against Pacers forward Mike Dunleavy."
"The navigation returns for 1909 show that we had 5,000 sea-going vessels sailing from British Columbia ports, while there were 20,000 vessels engaged in coasting trade, representing in all over 9,000,000 tons of shipping."