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noun as in long sled

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The wicker toboggan twisted and turned as we gained speed, with the “runners” purposely navigating within inches of walls or turning the basket so we slid sideways.

It’s everything you ever wanted from a classic toboggan, sans brain-jarring rattles and plus revolutionary control.

There’s also dog sledding nearby and even a 30-foot-high toboggan chute that spits you out onto Mirror Lake.

There are also a few other names for the commonly-known beanie you should keep an eye out for including toboggan and tuque.

Sometimes, distracted by the turbulence of a larger wave, I wouldn’t pop up at all, instead taking a long toboggan run to the shore.

He struck the toboggan and he went down with an awful thump.

Then you push off; the toboggan fetches away; she begins to feel the hill, to glide, to swim, to gallop.

Both children donned their heavy clothing and pulled toboggan hoods down over their ears.

But he glanced along the port side, like a toboggan down-hill, and he seemed to ricochet over the water.

A sickening nausea overtook Shad, and he sank upon his toboggan, faint and dizzy with an overpowering weakness.


On this page you'll find 10 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to toboggan, such as: bobsled, decline, luge, and sled.

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