dogsled

dogsled
/dawg"sled', dog"-/, n., v., dogsledded, dogsledding.
n.
1. Also, dog sledge. a sled pulled by dogs, esp. one used by Arctic peoples, as the Eskimos.
v.i.
2. to travel by dogsled.
[1800-10, Amer.; DOG + SLED]

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