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- v. Present participle of toboggan.
- n. the use of toboggans, historically for transport, but now usually for pleasure or for organised sport.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The sport or practice of sliding on toboggans.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. riding on a long light sled with low handrails
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"There is no pleasure in tobogganing when there are only two of us," she said.
This is what I like to call tobogganing, Hawaiian style!
Innsbruck is also popular with snowboarders and offers many non ski activities such as tobogganing and bobsleigh rides.
During the uproarious applause that followed my neighbor again remarked to me that though the old man did not appear to be as much exhausted as he had anticipated, still he feared the worst from this great strain of his appearing before such a public and under such exciting circumstances, and then becoming confidential he whispered to me that the agents for the Paul von Janko keyboard had approached the venerable pianist, but after inspecting the invention the latter had replied wearily that he was too old to begin "tobogganing" now.
"tobogganing" down a tall sand dune on a thin sled caused a little anxiety.
Leah was at a playdate, and I bribed Rachel with the promise of tobogganing in order to get her to come with me to run errands.
And I remember us tobogganing in Palos Hills - not at the park though.
Next time you take your kids skating or tobogganing, bring your camera along.
With five children under the age of nine, including triplets, he admits weekends can get a little busy, but when he gets the chance, he likes to unwind with the St. Moritz tobogganing club.
We might go tobogganing later if the roads improve, said Debrah Allen, 21, of Milford, Conn.
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