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ghetto sled

slang A car that is in poor condition, typically an old one. You won't be able to drive that old ghetto sled forever, you know.
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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

sled down (something)

To travel on a sled from the top of something down to the bottom of it. We always go sledding down the hill behind our school whenever we get a snow day. With his leg broken, he managed to sled down the mountain by rigging his skis and jacket into a makeshift toboggan.
See also: down, sled

sled over (something)

To traverse some substance or area while riding a sled. It was so quiet and still as we sledded over the freshly fallen snow. They're sledding over the field to bring presents to their grandparents' house.
See also: over, sled

sled down something

to ride down something on a sled. I love to sled down the hill in the winter. This hill is too steep to sled down safely.
See also: down, sled

sled over something

to travel over something, such as snow, in a sled. We sledded rapidly over the fresh snow, scooting down the hill. We wanted to sled over the new snow, but we had to wait until Uncle Herman had taken a picture of it for his scrapbook.
See also: over, sled

ghetto sled

n. a junky car. He stood in front of some old ghetto sled, and said “Kizzle?”
See also: ghetto, sled
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* Can sledders safely climb back up the hill without endangering those coming down?
Pitching, rumbling, and slamming against curves, the bobsled barrels at mind-numbing speed, forcing the sledders to heighten their awareness of every sensation and nuance, harmonizing the sensory rush with orchestral precision.
How we resisted its will to settle ways to the bottom, leaving the air--or water, I should say--above the sledders on their artic hill clear and empty, nothing momentous to trouble the view forever.
Photo: Piggyback sledders hurtle down slopes of Mount Shasta, California, on new sled.
At the rental shop just outside the park, a gray-haired man had warned me about sledders reaching speeds of 40 miles an hour.
Today, the firm whose products are used to finish everything from furniture to semiconductors not only helps America's sledders keep their edges smooth, it devised the recipe for the special steel used in their runners.
Equally profound is the silence: All sounds are muffled and the ordinary urban roar is stilled, leaving a quiet punctuated only by snapping limbs, booming transformers, sledders' shouts and the occasional rattle of tire chains.
The Talkabout also can receive National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Weather Radio broadcasts, especially convenient for all us skiers, sledders, and snowboarders on constant snow alert.
After learning the basics of accelerating, steering and stopping from USA Luge athletes and coaches, sledders age 10 and older can take practice runs on a recreational version of a luge sled down a track complete with curves and timing equipment.
Colorado history teems with stories of skiers, sledders and gritty settlers digging into harsh Rocky Mountain winters.
Together with husband Dennis, and their business partners Steve and Gall Bonne, they operate a small remote snowmobile and ATV lodge offering trail-side gas and accommodations to the legions of predominately American sledders expected this winter.
Indeed sledders had their pick of several hills, though some were looking a little worse for the wear.
But this was August, when the skiers, snowboarders and husky-dog sledders give way to hikers, mountain bikers, paragliders, anglers and gourmands, as well as families finding it's the perfect all-round summer holiday destination.
Joy and Blaise ride with other sledders during practice.
Trails are used not only by snowmobilers but also by dog sledders, horseback riders and cross-country skiers.