sleighed

sleigh

1 [sley]
noun
1.
a light vehicle on runners, usually open and generally horse-drawn, used especially for transporting persons over snow or ice.
2.
a sled.
verb (used without object)
3.
to travel or ride in a sleigh.

Origin:
1690–1700, Americanism; < Dutch slee, variant of slede sled; cf. slide

sleigher, noun
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sleigh

2 [sley]
noun, verb (used with object)
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sleigh (sleɪ)
 
n
1.  another name for sledge
 
vb
2.  (intr) to travel by sleigh
 
[C18: from Dutch slee, variant of sledesledge1]
 
'sleigher
 
n

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sleigh
1703, Amer.Eng. and Canadian, from Du. slee, shortened from slede (see sled). Sleigh-ride is first recorded 1770; sleigh-bells is from c.1780.
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