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Movie nights, sleigh rides, barbecues, lawn games and special events are offered throughout the year, and a free shuttle takes guests to the Loon Mountain ski resort.
In the cold weather, guests enjoy ice skating with rinkside fire pits, sleigh rides, indoor swimming, bowling, and relaxing in front of glowing fireplaces.
Through the winter, the Shore Lodge, in McCall, Idaho, offers both guests and visitors who haven’t booked a room the chance to go on an hourlong sleigh ride along the Gold Fork River to see and feed Rocky Mountain elk.
If skating is not your forte, rent a sleigh, and have someone whirl you around the rink in it.
Santa Claus landed in the New Orleans Theater at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in a sleigh pulled by his team of reindeer.
Getting everyone together, smiling, looking at the camera, in unison seemed akin to a Jenga puzzle come to life, involving stools, a wooden sleigh and a short box to perch upon for those standing in the back row.
For those whose cursory knowledge of bobsledding is, like mine until very recently, limited to 17 viewings of Cool Runnings back in the '90s, the sport is much more complex than just jumping in a sleigh and riding it out.
The officer found a red Santa Clause hat located in the snow next to the hydrant but no sign of a sleigh or reindeer tracks.
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Origin and Etymology of sleigh
First Known Use: 1703See Words from the same year
First Known Use of sleigh
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Definition of sleigh for English Language Learners
: a large, open vehicle that is usually pulled by a horse over snow or ice
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