toboggan

Part of speech: verb

To coast on a toboggan.

Part of speech: noun

A sled like vehicle, consisting of a long thin board or boards curved upward at the forward end.

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Usage examples "toboggan":

  1. " You had a narrow escape that time," said Righty, as they excitedly watched the toboggan speeding on its way, and which, by the way, was filled with a lot of little youngsters no bigger than Tom himself, children of all colors, apparently, red, white and blue, green, yellow and black. - "Andiron Tales", John Kendrick Bangs.
  2. You know you mustn't toboggan! - "The Dark Tower", Phyllis Bottome.
  3. I swear that none but a female eye could have detected any toboggan fire- escape. - "Lady Baltimore", Owen Wister.