Recent Examples of sleigh from the Web
Consider this sleigh bed and other objects here as stylish examples.
Visitors can pose in the sleigh for photos, La Margo said.
The carriage and sleigh will be stored safely in a storage unit on Smith Road and brought out for special occasions.
Feron said the carriage and sleigh were in bad shape.
The retired food-service executive and his wife, Donna, play Santa and Mrs. Claus on the annual sleigh ride through neighborhoods.
And their gifts weren’t delivered by a jolly elf in a sleigh, but by emails to their band directors.
Not short, hard rings that might signal a passing sleigh, but the slow, rolling sound of bells on the shoes of old men walking carefully and heavily.
Jackie, Caroline, and John, Jr. on a sleigh ride through the White House grounds, February 1962.
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Origin and Etymology of sleigh
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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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