Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Mounted on or riding in a sled.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of sled.
“And when Thompson refused to honour even her coin, Toyaat Indians made her purchases, and sledded them up to her house in the dark.”
“They harnessed their dogs, and with light outfits sledded to the place.”
“Tom Dixon received a letter, however, for his men sledded up her winter's supply of dry pine.”
“The former was even then being sledded across Chilcoot Pass by Indians and dogs, and would come down the Yukon in the early summer after the ice-run.”
“It was a comforting smell because I knew that my feet would stay dry, no matter how many hills I sledded down, puddles I stomped in, or snow forts I built.”
“For example, for those of you form Arizona, if you have stayed at a US Forest Service developed campground near Flagstaff, Sedona, Payson, or Tucson, or sledded at Wing Mountain, you probably have stayed in a facility we operated.”
“A couple of weeks ago I wrote a story about sledding in Central Park and about the hill on the west side of the park where I sledded as a kid.”
“Her hands sledded over the muscles of his back, tobogganed down his torso, and finished with an impressive luge down his legs.”
“Brown/AFP/Getty Images People sledded across a frozen lake at Shichahai in central Beiijng Wednesday.”
“Sometimes this overflow water is quite deep--our guide says he once sledded through overflow up to his chest.”
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