Definition of Sledding

1. Noun. The sport of riding on a sled or sleigh.

Specialized synonyms: Tobogganing, Bobsledding
Generic synonyms: Athletics, Sport
Derivative terms: Sled



2. Noun. Advancing toward a goal. "The proposal faces tough sledding"
Exact synonyms: Going
Generic synonyms: Accomplishment, Achievement
Derivative terms: Go

Definition of Sledding

1. n. The act of transporting or riding on a sled.

Definition of Sledding

1. Verb. (present participle of sled) ¹

2. Noun. The act of sliding downhill on a sled. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Sledding

1. the act of one that sleds [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sledding

sleazily
sleaziness
sleazinesses
sleazo
sleazoid
sleazoids
sleazy
sleb
slebs
sled
sled dog
sled dogs
sledded
sledder
sledders
sledding (current term)
sleddings
sleddog
sleddogs
sleded
sledge
sledge dog
sledge hockey
sledged
sledgehammer
sledgehammered
sledgehammering
sledgehammers
sledgelike
sledger

Literary usage of Sledding

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1. My Autobiography by Samuel Sidney McClure (1914)
"CHAPTER VI Hard sledding—Getting the Syndicate on Its Feet—My First Authors—Henry Harland and the "Yellow Book"—I Write a Series of Articles on ..."

2. Peculiarities of American Cities by Willard W. Glazier (1884)
"sledding on the "Cone."—History of Quebec. —Capture of the City by the British.—Death of Generals Wolfe and Montcalm.—Disaster under General Murray. ..."

3. Gold Hunting in Alaska by Joseph Grinnell (1901)
"They will have hard sledding back again unless it thaws enough to form a crust. Money is very scarce up here now and provisions and clothing are below par. ..."

4. Further Records, 1848-1883: A Series of Letters by Fanny Kemble (1890)
"... and in Boston a street, in one of the most populous parts of the city, being a steep incline, is entirely given up to the boys and their sledding. ..."

5. The Diary of William Pynchon of Salem: A Picture of Salem Life, Social and by William Pynchon, Fitch Edward Oliver (1890)
"A cold morning, and the streets before breakfast are full of wood, the sledding being excellent. 28. Sunday. A fine, pleasant day; no lights at night. 29. ..."

6. The Founders of Anne Arundel and Howard Counties, Maryland: A Genealogical by Joshua Dorsey Warfield (1905)
"... horseback parties, sledding parties, surprise parties, sometimes covering long distances, but always ending in a social dance, card party and supper. ..."

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