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sledding (ˈslɛdɪŋ) 



  1. (US) another name for sledging

sledging1 (ˈslɛdʒɪŋ)  or sledding (ˈslɛdɪŋ) 



  1. the activity of travelling across snow on a sledge   ⇒ Our hill is marvellous for sledging and we always have snow in January., Let's go sledging.

Example Sentences Including 'sledding'

And if not, well, the hills around Edmonton could be alive with the sound of squealing, delighted kids sledding.
Edmonton Sun (2003)
Dog sledding is one of those once-in-a-lifetime experiences insofar as if you have done it once you know better than to ever do it again.
Bénédicte Newland and Pascale Smets AND GOD CREATED THE AU PAIR (2005)
Frankly, I gotta tell you, it was tough sledding ," says Philbin.
Toronto Sun (2003)
Guests can participate in a range of outdoor activities including ice fishing and dog sledding.
Glasgow Herald (2001)
He begrudged every day of it because he knew that the sledding across the eastern ice would be dangerous and long.
Zindell, David The Broken God
`My friend, we have had forty-six days of sledding and twenty-two days of storm.
Zindell, David The Broken God


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