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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun An oblong frame, usually strung with interlaced strips or a taut membrane, worn on the foot to enable walking on deep snow.
  • intransitive verb To travel on snowshoes.

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A contrivance attached to the foot to enable the wearer to walk on deep snow without sinking to the extent of being disabled.
  • To walk on snow-shoes.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun A slight frame of wood three or four feet long and about one third as wide, with thongs or cords stretched across it, and having a support and holder for the foot; -- used by persons for walking on soft snow.

from , Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun A flat item of footwear worn to facilitate walking in deep snow.
  • verb intransitive to travel using snowshoes

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun a device to help you walk on deep snow; a lightweight frame shaped like a racquet is strengthened with cross pieces and contains a network of thongs; one is worn on each foot
  • verb travel on snowshoes

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Examples

  • There was this awful summer slump in snowshoe sales, so Harold developed the world's only moos𒉰e-gut tennis racket.

  • The rabbit, or more properly the varying-hare, of the northern forest is also called the snowshoe rabbit, from the fact that 🎃nature has provided it with remarkable feet that allow it to run with ease over the deepest and softest snow.

  • Winter travellers, however, were sometimes troubled with a disorder known as the snowshoe evil.

  • Our critter of the month is the closest thing to an Easter Bunny we have, at least in the Adirondacks; it is the varying hare, more commonly known as the snowshoe rabbit.

  • Our critter of the month is the closest thing to an Easter Bunny we have, at least in the Adirondacks; it is the varying hare, more commonly known as the snowshoe rabbit.

  • Our critter of the month is the closest thing to an Easter Bunny we have, at least in the Adirondacks; it is the varying hare, more commonly known as the snowshoe rabbit.

  • Our critter of the month is the closest thing to an Easter Bunny we have, at least in the Adirondacks; it is the varying hare, more commonly known as the snowshoe rabbit.

  • In times when alternative foods such as snowshoe hares and ptarmigan were also in low numbers, thereᩚᩚᩚᩚᩚᩚ⁤⁤⁤⁤ᩚ⁤⁤⁤⁤ᩚ⁤⁤⁤⁤ᩚ𒀱ᩚᩚᩚ was suffering and death among the people.

  • The boots provided an unexpected benefit: they acted as a kind of snowshoe whe🍷n there was de🦂ep snow, and the large, heavy animals didn't sink in as far.

    The Plains of Passage

  • There are two rabbits, one a huge jackrabbit of the great plains region, the other the "snowshoe" rabbit, so called becau🍃se of his🃏 broad furry feet which keep it from sinking into the soft snow in winter.

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