toboggan[ tuh-bog-uh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF toboggan
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TOBOGGAN
So running up to the top and seating myself on the toboggan I set it in motion.
So steep is the descent that it may be compared to a Canadian toboggan slide.
He struck the toboggan and he went down with an awful thump.
The wet thaw of mid-day had frozen and the road was slippery as a toboggan slide.
And will you tell me how they get back to the moon after they slide down the toboggan?
We would get on our toboggan, a boy would give us a shove, and off we went!
In the dark, Nelly crept to the crooked tree, dragging the toboggan after her.
The boy removed the rifle from the toboggan and threw a shell into the chamber.
"We wanted some real ice on the toboggan slide," explained Ted.
And I hope there'll be ice on the toboggan slide in the morning!