sledded

sled

[sled]
noun
1.
a small vehicle consisting of a platform mounted on runners for use in traveling over snow or ice.
2.
a sledge.
verb (used without object), sledded, sledding.
3.
to coast, ride, or be carried on a sled.
verb (used with object), sledded, sledding.
4.
to convey by sled.

Origin:
1350–1400; Middle English sledde < Middle Dutch; akin to German Schlitten sled, sleigh; cf. slide

sledlike, adjective

sled, sledge, sleigh.
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Word Origin & History

sled
1388, "a sledge used for transport of heavy goods," from M.Du. sledde "sled," from P.Gmc. *slido (cf. O.S. slido, O.N. sleði, Dan. slæde, Swed. släde, O.H.G. slito, Ger. Schlitten "sledge"), from the same root as O.E. slidan (see slide). In ref. to a sledge
used for travel or recreation, it is attested from 1586, now mainly Amer.Eng. The verb meaning "ride on a sled" is first attested 1780.
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