from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The footprints or track of a person or an animal going through snow.
  • n. A path or passage made through snow for persons coming and going.


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  • So, over it they went, but they soon began to wish they had tried any other plan, for the snow-track quickly came to an end, and then the difficulty of passing even the empty sledges from one ice mass to another was very great, while the process of carrying forward the goods on the shoulders of the men was exceedingly laborious.

    The Giant of the North Pokings Round the Pole

  • So saying, Bryan resumed his hammer, and La Roche, following the snow-track across the yard, recommenced his labour of chopping firewood.



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