Noun(1) a vehicle mounted on runners and pulled by horses or dogs; for transportation over snow
Verb(1) ride (on
(1) A ride through the forests on a troika - a sleigh pulled by three horses - is a real treat.(2) Take your holiday dÔö£┬«cor beyond the traditional sleigh and reindeer by adding some new, festive friends.(3) They climbed over an 8,000-foot pass and then skied down to Boulder Station, where they rode a horse-drawn sleigh the remaining miles to Ketchum.(4) But for the children it was the arrival of Father Christmas in a sleigh led by Cairngorm reindeer that made the event so special.(5) We have been collecting in Swindon for about 50 years, and that sleigh had been built in 1969.(6) Finally, the bags were upstairs, the sleigh put in the barn, and the horses tended.(7) A great way to make an entrance into your snow touched special day is via horse and carriage, or better yet, in a sleigh .(8) They hunt reindeer, herd reindeer, eat reindeer meat, drink reindeer milk, ride on reindeer's backs, drive reindeer-drawn sleighs , wear clothes and shoes made of reindeer skins.(9) There was more traffic on the roads: single riders on llamas or deer, sleds and sleighs , some wheeled wagons taking it very easy.(10) A tiny gentleman bows to a lady, and children pull each other in sleighs .(11) It's a kaleidoscope of colours: young parents push their youngsters in sleighs , and children giggle as they weave through skaters that enjoy the picturesque Parliament Hill backdrop.(12) The organisation covers all costs including accommodation and winter activities such as para-gliding, skiing, dog sleighing and snowboarding.(13) It's all very depressing especially seeing as we invested in some sleighs a few years back.(14) Snowmobiles, dog sleds and reindeer sleighs become common in the winter months. The city is a popular ski resort and winter is quite a lively time.(15) When higher elevation deep snows prevented stages from accessing mountain towns, passengers transferred to sleighs .(16) Horse-drawn sleighs jingle by, carrying passengers on the occasional Sunday outing.
(1) sleigh ride :: kanetur
1. sled ::
2. sledge ::
3. sled ::
Different Formssleigh, sleighed, sleighing, sleighs
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