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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.
THE GAUNT GRAY WOLFDILLON WALLACE
The light of his plane slanted down in an easy descent; the flyer was gliding in on a long aerial toboggan slide.
For Digby rises from the water with a slope like a toboggan slide all the way up to the white cottages on its crest.
THE INCENDIARYW. A. (WILLIAM AUGUSTINE) LEAHY
The man who ridicules everything is on the toboggan slide, and he will end up by becoming an out-and-out grouch.
THINKCOL. WM. C. HUNTER

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