Definition of sledding
1a : the use of a sledb : the conditions under which one may use a sled
2 : going 4 tough sledding
Recent Examples of sledding from the Web
The 160-acre ranch has three houses, a baseball field, three hot tubs and a sledding hill.
A wooden bridge crosses Plum Gulley Brook accessing the property and the sledding hill.
That's tough sledding for any team in arguably the deepest regional in the state.
Shutting Cornell would create as much as five acres of vibrant new parkland, including a sledding hill and winding pathways that lead from the center to the Jackson Park lagoon.
And given that the spring has proved to be tough sledding for nonmusicals at the box office, all four stand to reap benefits from magnified attention in the run-up to Tony night.
For American children, a big snowfall carries twofold excitement—the prospect of no school and lots of sledding.
Activities include snow tubing, sledding, snow learning stations and snow play areas.
In a short-attention-span world, the decathlon is tough sledding.
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