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- n. A person who rides a sled.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who travels on a sled.
- n. A horse that draws a sled or sleigh.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. someone who rides a sled
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I give them to a friend of mine who is a dog sledder and he freezes them to use as dog food on the trail.
It may be very tough out there but when you couple that heavy snowfall with wind gusts that may top 30, 40 miles per hour, you might have whiteout conditions which is not really a big deal if you're a skier or a sledder like these families but you're trying to drive in maybe a tough time.
Upon reaching the South Pole in second place behind Admundsen, the crafty dog sledder explorer from Norway, Scott cried out, "Oh God, this is an awful place."
Whether because he was luckier or a year older, Michael was the superior sledder; at her best Lydia could only make J Street before her sled or her resolve gave out.
Apparently he became a decent dog-sledder and earned the Greenlanders 'respect.
Almost 50 years after Balto's historic run, a passionate dog sledder named Joe Redington organized the first Iditarod in 1973, reportedly paying the prize money by taking out a mortgage on his home.
Peggy, indeed, my sorrel pony, being lighter of weight, was not crusted much over the shoulders; but Smiler (our youngest sledder) had been well in over his withers, and none would have deemed him a piebald, save of red mire and black mire.
That's what makes them an Olympian and me a sledder.
The stretch of the C-Pat Trail next to the ridge was fairly wide and straight, inviting a sledder to travel at speed.
The sledder went crashing; the Nagle collapsed in a lump.