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dogsled

or dog sled

[ dawg-sled, dog- ]
/ ˈdɔgˌslɛd, ˈdɒg- /
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noun
a sled pulled by dogs, especially one used by Arctic peoples, as in Alaska and Canada.
verb (used without object), dog·sled·ded, dog·sled·ding.
to travel by dogsled.
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Also especially British, dog sledge [dawg-slej, dog] /ˈdɔg ˌslɛdʒ, ˈdɒg/ .

Origin of dogsled

An Americanism dating back to 1800–10; dog + sled
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British Dictionary definitions for dogsled

dogsled
/ (ˈdɒɡˌslɛd) /

noun
mainly US and Canadian a sleigh drawn by dogsAlso called: (Brit) dog sledge, dog sleigh
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