Definition of Bobsleighs

1. Noun. (plural of bobsleigh) ¹



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Definition of Bobsleighs

1. bobsleigh [n] - See also: bobsleigh

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bobsleighs

bobolinks
bobos
bobotie
boboties
bobrun
bobruns
bobs
bobsled
bobsledded
bobsledder
bobsledders
bobsledding
bobsleddings
bobsleds
bobsleigh
bobsleighs (current term)
bobstays
bobtail
bobtailed
bobtailing
bobtails
bobweight
bobwheel
bobwheels
bobwhite
bobwhite quail
bobwhites
bobwig
bobwigs

Literary usage of Bobsleighs

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1. Reports of Cases in Law and Equity in the Supreme Court of the State of New York by Oliver Lorenzo Barbour, New York (State). Supreme Court (1872)
"Instead of this, the case shows, if it shows any thing about the balance of the hay, that the hay, the black mare, the double harness and the bobsleighs ..."

2. Switzerland, Together with Chamonix and the Italian Lakes: Handbook for by Karl Baedeker (Firm) (1922)
"... Schatz-Alp road for bobsleighs. Klosters (3937'; p. 403), close by, is quieter. The third place is taken by Arosa /5740'-6200'; p. ..."

3. The Technical World Magazine (1909)
"The large boiler shown in the illustration is mounted on double bobsleighs, and ten horses attached to it by heavy chains, are required to draw it. ..."

4. Canadian Poets and Poetry by John William Garvin (1916)
"... bobsleighs, cutters; Upset loads of bolts, staves, cordwood, loads of logs and hay; Jolted threshing machines, traction engines, automobiles, ..."

5. The Badminton Magazine of Sports & Pastimes edited by Alfred Edward Thomas Watson (1901)
"... and it was necessary to make a road passable for a pair of bobsleighs and team of horses. These belongings, some of which were luxuries, ..."

6. A Roumanian Diary: 1915, 1916, 1917 by Dorothy Katherine (Barclay) Kennard (1917)
"bobsleighs and skis multiplied with marvellous rapidity, and those amongst us who ignored the possibilities of both were invited to go "footing" for miles ..."

7. The Strategy of Great Railroads by Frank Hamilton Spearman (1904)
"Forthwith the men of Erie took to their bobsleighs and cutters, and with their muskets raced madly to Harbor Creek. The rumour proved false; an altercation ..."

8. Hungary: A Sketch of the Country, Its People and Its Conditions by Gyula Vargha (1908)
"The whole neighbourhood is alive; all kinds of winter sports are engaged in; swift sleighs and bobsleighs, skis and snow-shoes offer a variety of ..."

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