Definition of Toboggins

1. toboggin [v] - See also: toboggin



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Toboggins

tobine
tobines
toboggan
toboggan cap
toboggan slide
toboggan slides
tobogganed
tobogganer
tobogganers
tobogganing
tobogganings
tobogganist
tobogganists
toboggans
toboggin
toboggins (current term)
tobogin
tobogins
tobramycin
tobramycin adenylyltransferase
tobreak
tobrest
tobroken
tobruise
tobruised
toburst
toby
toby fillpot jug
toby jug
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Literary usage of Toboggins

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Algonquin Legends of New England, Or, Myths and Folk Lore of the Micmac by Charles Godfrey Leland (1884)
"When he returned they came to him to know where his game lay, and when he had told them they went forth with toboggins l and returned with them loaded with ..."

2. Frank Forester's Field Sports of the United States and British Provinces of by Henry William Herbert (1849)
"... you also build your fire for the night, and your followers having brought up the toboggins with the meat and "provant"—which they do the more readily, ..."

3. Frank Forester's Field Sports of the United States, and British Provinces by Henry William Herbert (1864)
"... you also build your fire for the night, and your followers having brought up the toboggins with the meat and "provant"—which they do the more readily, ..."

4. Peculiarities of American Cities by Willard W. Glazier (1884)
"To visit the Falls in sleighs, over the frozen river, and to ride down the Cone on hand-sleds, or " toboggins," as they are locally called, is considered ..."

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