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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of sled.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Mounted on or riding in a sled.


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  • 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.

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  • Tom Dixon received a letter, however, for his men sledded up her winter's supply of dry pine.

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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  • Her hands sledded over the muscles of his back, tobogganed down his torso, and finished with an impressive luge down his legs.

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  • Brown/AFP/Getty Images People sledded across a frozen lake at Shichahai in central Beiijng Wednesday.

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  • Sometimes this overflow water is quite deep--our guide says he once sledded through overflow up to his chest.

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