Definition of tobogganer in US English:

tobogganer

noun

  • See toboggan

    • ‘At its base is a metal figure of a tobogganer in honour of the great Cresta Run Race.’
    • ‘In winter it becomes a snowy playground where tobogganers sail down a 1,700-foot sledding track while others try out snowshoes or cross-country skis.’
    • ‘Upon its completion in 1885 an invitation was extended to the neighbouring Davos tobogganers to come over for a race.’
    • ‘He concentrated on the production of winter scenes, with skaters, sleighs, tobogganers, and people playing kolf (an early form of golf), which convey a sense of delight in the picturesque aspects of Dutch leisure in the 17th century.’

Pronunciation

tobogganer

/təˈbɑɡ(ə)nər//təˈbäɡ(ə)nər/