And will you tell me how they get back to the moon after they slide down the toboggan?
So running up to the top and seating myself on the toboggan I set it in motion.
"Thirty-two rabbits and two lynx," counted Connie as they loaded the toboggan.
So steep is the descent that it may be compared to a Canadian toboggan slide.
Motioning with his arm, 'Merican Joe led off down the slope and Connie followed, holding weakly to the tail rope of his toboggan.
In the dark, Nelly crept to the crooked tree, dragging the toboggan after her.
A sickening nausea overtook Shad, and he sank upon his toboggan, faint and dizzy with an overpowering weakness.
The boy removed the rifle from the toboggan and threw a shell into the chamber.
Came to see if Lady Rhoda wouldn't come and toboggan down the big staircase on a tea-tray.
"Don't let Trouble come out when we're on the toboggan," begged Ted.
"long, flat-bottomed sled," 1829, from Canadian French tabagane, from Algonquian (probably Micmac) tobakun "a sled." The verb is recorded from 1846. As American English colloquial for a type of long woolen cap, it is recorded from 1929 (earlier toboggan cap, 1928), presumably because one wore such a cap while tobogganing.