verb (used without object), snow·shoed, snow·shoe·ing.
Related formssnow·sho·er, noun
Examples from the Web for snowshoe
The snowshoe rabbit replaces the cottontail in Canada and the most northern portions of the United States.Science of Trapping|Elmer Harry Kreps
Once, in a valley where willows budded standing in the snow, he shot a snowshoe rabbit.Smoke Bellew|Jack London
Joe Marion had gone a short way from camp in the hope of finding a snowshoe rabbit or a ptarmigan.On the Yukon Trail|Roy J. Snell
The depression was a snowshoe trail, and it ended just beyond the little mound.Snowdrift|James B. Hendryx
Cottontail rabbits huddled in their burrows and snowshoe hares crept about in the thickets.The Black Fawn|James Arthur Kjelgaard