sleigh

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From Dutch slee.

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sleigh ‎(plural sleighs)

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a horse-drawn sleigh
  1. 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.
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sleigh ‎(third-person singular simple present sleighs, present participle sleighing, simple past and past participle sleighed)

  1. To ride or drive a sleigh.
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sleigh ‎(comparative sleigher, superlative sleighest)

  1. (obsolete) Sly.
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