to travel by dogsled.
- Also especially British, dog sledge [dawg-slej, dog] /ˈdɔg ˌslɛdʒ, ˈdɒg/ .
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How to use dogsled in a sentence
You put any grownup—no matter how serious—into a dogsled, and they’ll laugh for an hour straight.
You can make your own way to the glacier’s viewpoints by dogsled, skis, snowshoes, fat bike, or snowmobile, or you can book a spot on Adventure60’s seasonal winter shuttle.15 of the Best Winter Adventures in National Parks | bsmith | December 10, 2021 | Outside Online
When I was a boy in suburban Pittsburgh, my dad competed in dogsled races, and our family had a kennel of huskies along the driveway of our six-car garage.Coping with a pet’s accidental death — especially when you blame yourself | Gavin Jenkins | April 23, 2021 | Washington Post
Instead of hiking the most popular trail, you’re traversing the park by dogsled or pedaling a fat-tire bike across the snow.
Dietzen has spent the majority of her life raising and caring for her dogsled team.
I said “Yeah, mon.” And then they started the Jamaica dogsled team, and they wanted to send us abroad to do races.
If you read nothing else today, let it be Brian Phillips' essay on following the Iditarod, Alaska's great dogsled race.
All Hager had to do was slow the dogsled to a walk, and his partner died.Cold Ghost | Chester S. Geier
British Dictionary definitions for dogsled
mainly US and Canadian a sleigh drawn by dogs: Also called: (Brit) dog sledge, dog sleigh
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