- 1A vehicle on runners for traveling over snow or ice, either pushed or pulled, drawn by horses, dogs, or a motor vehicle, or allowed to slide downhill.More example sentences
- Mr Cooney, who already holds the Duke of Edinburgh Gold Award, has had to pull a 200 lb sled across the snow and ice.
- A covered carriage with sled runners pulled by four strong horses is awaiting its passengers.
- She places whatever she needs in a snow sled and pulls it wherever she needs to go.
- 1.1 another term for sledge1.More example sentences
- There was more traffic on the roads: single riders on llamas or deer, sleds and sleighs, some wheeled wagons taking it very easy.
- They hadn't been able to get their hands on sleds, but a sleigh ride was always fun on a snowy evening.
- The day of the party promises mittens and hats, mufflers and ski pants, toboggans and sleds.
- 1.2 another term for snowmobile.
verb (sleds, sledding, sledded)[no object] Back to top
- Ride on a sled: they sledded down the slopes in the frozen snow (as noun sledding) the sledding has been excellent this yearMore example sentences
- This foam board with a slick-plastic belly is superquick when running straight - a feeling enhanced by sledding head first, your chin just an inch or so off the snow.
- My cousins and I went sledding, and they were making me laugh - so much that I fell onto my sled backward as it started to glide down the hill.
- On February 6, I was sledding with my sons when I vaguely heard an ambulance go by.
Middle English: from Middle Low German sledde; related to the verb slide.