from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A sled pulled by one or more dogs.
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- n. A sled, pulled by dogs over ice and snow.
- v. to ride on a dogsled
- v. to race dogsleds
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a sled pulled by dogs
- v. travel with a dogsled
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But it's hard to be dispassionate when you're wondering, six hours of shoveling later, if there's a good chiropractor in the neighborhood and what kind of dogsled you might need to reach her.
The dogsled was the ideal vehicle to accomplish it so she wouldn’t have to rely on the dubious support of her crutches on ice and snow.
Which counts as a dual safari if you opt for the dogsled ride to the kayak pier.
Travel across the Lake could be by dogsled caravans, and there could be year-round winter sports adjacent to the travel corridor.
In the early forties Jack MacKenzie (last man to deliver mail by dogsled in the Yukon) carved the signature out of the cabin and gave it to his friend, Sam Wood in Mayo.
From across the frozen sea, the sailors spot a gigantic figure on a dog-sled crossing the ice (I: L4: 3), and later see a haggard, wild-eyed man who is pursuing him, stranded with his dogsled on an ice floe.
“Maybe I could be a professional dogsled musher,” Bob says.
The “skier” and the dogsled musher behind him come to a stop in front of our window.
This after setting aside his ipod and picking up his deceased father's dogsled whip.
Census Bureau Director Robert Groves will arrive in Noorvik by dogsled with state officials.