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sleigh

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