sled across (something)

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sled across (something)

To traverse some substance or area while riding a sled. It was so quiet and still as we sledded across the freshly fallen snow. They're sledding across the field to bring presents to their grandparents' house.
See also: across, sled
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One day Juno will be big and strong enough to help pull a sled across the tundra, but for now she is just a small puppy with a big-dog heart.
He will be pulling all his equipment, sleeping bag, food and cooking utensils himself on a sled across the mountainous Yukon.
Paul Frost from the RNLI Rhyl station said: "The coastguards deployed their mud rescue sled and a coastguard took the sled across to the people.
It can also be fished in matted grass because the head slides like a sled across the matted surface grass until the angler allows it to punch through an opening."
like a sled across snow; when its runners are frozen
He starts on Ellesmere Island in Canada, travelling by sled across the fjords, guided by an Inuit hunter, observing at close quarters the effects of global warming.
Chief Wright said his firefighters managed to get an ice rescue sled across the 150 feet to where the people were in the water, and saved them.
Leconte frames some striking shots of Madame La and Neel walking by the sea and dragging a sled across the snow.
The poem was "The Stenographers." I don't recall any of the instruction we received about its content or its craft, but years later I still get a shiver at the imagined cold lives of these women ("and the voice draws their pencil/like a sled across snow").