Definition of dogsled in English:

dogsled

Syllabification: dog·sled
Pronunciation: /ˈdäɡˌsled
 
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(also dog sled)

noun

North American
A sled designed to be pulled by dogs.
More example sentences
  • When Buck wins sixteen hundred dollars for his beloved friend after pulling the dog sled laden with one thousand pounds of flour, the pace of life changes.
  • Frederik is quite the athletic, adventurous soul - in 2000, he explored Greenland on a dog sled.
  • One year a woman had to be sent to the hospital after an accident with a dog sled.

verb

[no object] (usually as noun dogsledding) Back to top  
Travel by dogsled: winter activities include cross-country skiing and dogsledding
More example sentences
  • Options include mountain biking, kayaking, dogsledding, hiking, and horseback riding, which may be packaged with helicopter flightseeing.
  • In spring, when there is round-the-clock light and it's difficult to sleep, the Inuit I was dogsledding with would ask me to read passages aloud, even though they couldn't understand my English version.
  • They started the Ivakkak, which means ‘running at a comfortable speed’ in Inuttitut, to promote Inuit Husky dogs and revive the Inuit tradition of dogsledding.’

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