verb (used without object), snow·mo·biled, snow·mo·bil·ing.
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Example sentences from the Web for snowmobile
Riding snowmobiles has been on the list of hobbies I’d like to get into since I moved to Montana three years ago.
Backcountry skiers and riders have long embraced snowmobiles as tools to reach the best terrain.
Easier to drive than a snowmobile and designed to fit more people, a Defender with the Apache system becomes a quick and efficient way to push into the backcountry.
The crew combs promising areas by lining up snowmobiles 100 feet apart and slowly creeping through the snow and ice looking for specimens in their path.Meteorites From Mars Contain Clues About the Red Planet’s Geology|Arya Udry|June 17, 2020|Singularity Hub
Johnny was gone, over the ridge, to Bozeman, for repairs on his snowmobile.
There was the pool shaped like a piano, and the lake out back with the Jet Ski, a sort of kicky little snowmobile for the water.The Strange and Mysterious Death of Mrs. Jerry Lee Lewis|Richard Ben Cramer|January 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
I like to hunt here, I like to fish here, I like to snowmobile here.Will Paul Ryan Help Romney With Blue-Collar Whites?|Andrew Romano|August 27, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Alaska's First Dude Todd Palin took care of the kids, but showcased his masculine credentials with late night snowmobile rides.
We went up the mountain by SUV, helicopter, snowcat, and snowmobile.
British Dictionary definitions for snowmobile
- a small open motor vehicle for travelling on snow, steered by two skis at the front and driven by a caterpillar track underneath
- Also called: bombardier a larger closed motor vehicle with two skis at the front and a track at each side