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Synonyms for toboggan

a long narrow sled without runners

Related Words

move along on a luge or toboggan


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This will be followed by the refurbishment of the existing driving range, also at Colin Park, and the construction of an alpine toboggan and zip line in Colin Glen Forest Park.
Seed point selection using Original Toboggan algorithm:
Sean Taylor, Zip World commercial director, said: "The Alpine Coaster is a gravity-driven ride with toboggan cars on elevated tracks running through the existing trees at Zip World Fforest.
What happened was that Callum and some friends had booked a toboggan ride whilst they were there and Callum ended up falling off the toboggan and was injured.
Open from December to April, the downhill toboggan journey from Rotenboden down to Riffelberg, lasts between five and 10 minutes - and is great fun for all ages
Cerise sur le gateau, chaque toboggan correspond a une tranche d'age, histoire de rassurer les parents.
No, there is no pro toboggan tour, and neither the X-Games nor the Winter Olympics feature tobogganing.
The Beverly Hills Book Awards (BHBA) announced on April 15 that PTC Carousels: The History of Philadelphia Toboggan Company Carousels (2012), by Richard A.
There is also a street toboggan run, in St Peter's Street, which should be a big hit with youngsters.
95pp Lapland The home of Santa Claus A Great Value Day Excursion 12 December 2010, from Manchester Airport Return flight from Manchester to Rovaniemi & airport taxes Hot buffet lunch, airport transfers and use of thermal clothing The chance to meet Santa Claus Participation in all activities offered including snowmobiles, toboggan rides, reindeer drawn sleigh rides, husky dog drives and walks in the snowy woods Please note: due to the cold temperatures in the Arctic Circle, travel to Lapland is not advised for any children under 3 years old.
Summary: A group of policemen filmed using a riot shield as a makeshift toboggan have been reprimanded for the prank.
uk Ski, Snowboard, toboggan or go snow-tubing on real snow.
Word History: Toboggan, a name for a kind of sled without runners, is borrowed from the languages of American Indians living in eastern Canada and the northeast United States.
A toboggan is not a toboggan anymore when you use the letters of the word "toboggan" to make up other words.
Toboggan Lady was beaten a length by Grizeback over 2m at Catterick at the start of the month on her first start since October, so Anne Duffield's progressive four-year-old should take her revenge on 9lb better terms.