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snowcat

[snoh-kat] /ˈsnoʊˌkæt/
noun
Origin
1950-1955
1950-55; snow + cat2
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Examples for snowcat
  • Hundred-year-old mine tailing piles offer endless options as far as jumps go and there's a snowcat shaping everything.
  • Ski vacation packages include lodging, lift tickets, snowcat rides and lessons.
  • Combination packages for snowmobiling and snowcat skiing are available.
  • Ability to operate a four-wheel drive vehicle and a snowcat.
  • Hired a local snowcat owner to do initial grooming of the season to set a good base.
  • Discover an out-of-the-ordinary dining experience and snowcat ride found nowhere else.
  • Ability to operate a snowcat when required to perform system maintenance in adverse weather conditions.
  • IM wanted to buy a snowcat and train people across the state.
  • In the winter months this facility is accessible only by snowcat.

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