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  • Toboggan | Definition of Toboggan by Merriam-Webster

    Once, after a blizzard, my dad placed my two younger brothers and me on a toboggan and tied the rope around his waist. —

  • Toboggan - Wikipedia

    A toboggan is a simple sled which is a traditional form of transport used by the Innu and Cree of northern Canada. In modern times, it is used on snow to carry one or ...

  • Toboggan - definition of toboggan by The Free Dictionary

    to·bog·gan (tə-bŏg′ən) n. A long, narrow, runnerless sled constructed of thin boards curled upward at the front end. intr.v. to·bog·ganed, to·bog·gan·ing ...

  • Toboggan | Define Toboggan at

    Toboggan definition, a long, narrow, flat-bottomed sled made of a thin board curved upward and backward at the front, often with low handrails on the sides, used ...

  • What Is a Toboggan: Hat or Sled? | LetterPile

    Does the word "toboggan" refer to a traditional sled without, or a winter knit cap? The answer might depend on where you're from!

  • toboggan - Wiktionary

    toboggan (third-person singular simple present toboggans, present participle tobogganing, simple past and past participle tobogganed) To slide down a hill ...

  • Tobogan - definition of Tobogan by The Free Dictionary

    Tobogan synonyms, Tobogan pronunciation, Tobogan translation, English dictionary definition of Tobogan. n. A long, ... toboggan (redirected from Tobogan)

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  • Toboggan Brewing Co.

    Toboggan Brewing Co. is a craft brewery and brew pub in the heart of downtown London Ontario. Over 25 craft beers on tap, including 10 of our own.

  • etymology - What's the origin of using "toboggan" to mean ...

    I'd always know the word "toboggan" to mean a sled. In the last couple years I've met people who insisted on calling their winter knit caps "toboggans." All of these ...

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