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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsleighsleigh /sleɪ/ noun [countable]  sleigh.jpg TTBa large open vehicle with no wheels that is used for travelling over snow and is pulled along by animalssledge
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sleighAlternatives to skiing include a leisure pool, curling and skating on the nearby lake, indoor tennis and sleigh rides.Like skating, cross-country skiing, snowmobiling and horse-drawn sleigh and dogsled rides.But even Peregrine doesn't expect to be invited to join Santa in his sleigh on the Big Night!Dotted with warming sheds, food courts and places to rent skates and ice sleighs, the canal never seems to sleep.And the two single sleigh beds, side by side.Mrs Watt handed Mr Reithman a note as he helped her into the sleigh.Twinkling sleighs, sporting six pairs of reindeer and a fat-free Santa, decorate even the most modest of houses.There were sleighs and carriages, there was apple-picking and hot cider on cold winter nights.