Definition of Dog sleigh

1. Noun. A sled pulled by dogs.

Exact synonyms: Dog Sled, Dogsled
Generic synonyms: Sled, Sledge, Sleigh
Geographical relationships: Canada
Derivative terms: Dogsled

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dog Sleigh

dog musher
dog my cats
dog nose
dog paddle
dog person
dog pound
dog racing
dog rose
dog roses
dog scooter
dog scooters
dog show
dog sled
dog sleep
dog sleigh (current term)
dog slow
dog soldier
dog stinkhorn
dog tag
dog tags
dog tired
dog unit
dog violet
dog watch
dog watches
dog whelk
dog whistle
dog whistle politics

Literary usage of Dog sleigh

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

1. Review of Historical Publications Relating to Canada by University of Toronto (1900)
"Of course, like all the northern missionaries, he undertook immense journeys, by canoe in summer, or by dog-sleigh in winter. ..."

2. The Second Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling (1897)
"The boy learned, too, as fast as the dog; though a dog-sleigh is a heart-breaking thing to manage. Each beast is harnessed—the weakest nearest to the ..."

3. The Writings in Prose and Verse of Rudyard Kipling by Rudyard Kipling (1895)
"The boy learned, too, as fast as the dog; though a dog-sleigh is a heartbreaking thing to manage. Each beast is harnessed, the weakest nearest to the driver ..."

4. Kitchi-Gami: Wanderings Round Lake Superior by Johann Georg Kohl (1860)
"The dog-sleigh is naturally only intended to carry the utensils, luggage, the bed, consisting of a blanket, and the provisions, which are reduced to a bag ..."

5. Three Years in the Klondike by Jeremiah Lynch (1904)
"CHAPTER VII THE FIRST SLEIGH JOURNEY ON January 11, 1899, we started on a dog-sleigh journey through the mining districts. The party included Morton, ..."

6. The Queen's Highway from Ocean to Ocean by Stuart C. Cumberland (1887)
"Four miles an hour is the average rate of speed for a well-laden dog-sleigh, and ten hours constitute a day's work. But many of the well-trained teams ..."

7. At Home in the Wilderness: Being Full Instructions how to Get Along, and to by John Keast Lord (1867)
"The size of a dog-sleigh must, of course, be entirely regulated by the quantity of goods, or other things the wanderer has to put on it, and the number of ..."

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