Definition for sledding (2 of 2)
verb (used without object), sled·ded, sled·ding.
verb (used with object), sled·ded, sled·ding.
Origin of sled
Related formssled·like, adjective
Examples from the Web for sledding
That incorporates all of the happiness—beaches, sledding, love—and pain—war, death, loneliness.Why 'The Giver' Movie Will Disappoint the Book's Fans|Kevin Fallon|August 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
He takes them to man movies I don't want to see, he takes them for sword fights in the park or sledding in the snow.
Ideas always have to go begging at first, and the greater the idea the rougher the sledding.How to Analyze People on Sight|Elsie Lincoln Benedict and Ralph Paine Benedict
For the winter the town went back to its time honored sport of sledding, "coasting" it is termed nowadays.Watch Yourself Go By|Al. G. Field
There was a good deal of snow the early part of that winter, and sledding parties became more and more frequent.Billie Bradley at Three Towers Hall|Janet D. Wheeler
But the young people could go on sledding excursions, which they did, Mr. Franklin furnishing the horses and sleigh.The Outdoor Girls in a Winter Camp|Laura Lee Hope
This volume takes in a great number of winter sports, including skating and sledding and the building of a huge snowman.Roy Blakeley, Lost, Strayed or Stolen|Percy Keese Fitzhugh
Idioms and Phrases with sledding
see easy sledding; tough sledding.