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Sleigh vs. Sledge

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Sleighnoun

A vehicle, generally pulled by an animal, which moves over snow or ice on runners, used for transporting persons or goods. contrast "sled", which is smaller

‘Santa travels in a sleigh.’;

Sledgenoun

A heavy, long handled maul or hammer used to drive stakes, wedges, etc.

Sleighverb

To ride or drive a sleigh.

Sledgenoun

A low sled drawn by animals, typically on snow, ice or grass.

‘The sledge ran far better upon the ice; I cannot say the same for the dogs.’;

Sleighadjective

Sly.

Sledgenoun

(British) any type of sled or sleigh.

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Sleighnoun

A vehicle moved on runners, and used for transporting persons or goods on snow or ice; - in England commonly called a sledge.

Sledgenoun

A card game resembling all fours and seven-up; old sledge.

Sleighnoun

a vehicle mounted on runners and pulled by horses or dogs; for transportation over snow

Sledgeverb

to hit with a sledgehammer.

Sleighverb

ride (on) a sled

Sledgeverb

To drag or draw a sledge.

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Sledgeverb

To ride, travel with or transport in a sledge.

Sledgeverb

To verbally insult or abuse an opponent in order to distract them (considered unsportsmanlike).

Sledgenoun

A strong vehicle with low runners or low wheels; or one without wheels or runners, made of plank slightly turned up at one end, used for transporting loads upon the snow, ice, or bare ground; a sled.

Sledgenoun

A hurdle on which, formerly, traitors were drawn to the place of execution.

Sledgenoun

A sleigh.

Sledgenoun

A game at cards; - called also old sledge, and all fours.

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Sledgenoun

A large, heavy hammer, usually wielded with both hands; - called also sledge hammer.

‘With his heavy sledge he can it beat.’;

Sledgeverb

To travel or convey in a sledge or sledges.

Sledgenoun

a vehicle mounted on runners and pulled by horses or dogs; for transportation over snow

Sledgenoun

a heavy long-handled hammer used to drive stakes or wedges

Sledgeverb

transport in a sleigh

Sledgeverb

ride in or travel with a sledge;

‘the antarctic expedition sledged along the coastline’; ‘The children sledged all day by the lake’;

Sledgeverb

beat with a sledgehammer

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