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Definition of "sledging" []

  • Present participle of sledge. (verb)
  • The practice of a fielder making insulting or comical references to an opposition batsman with the aim of distracting him (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "sledging" in a sentence
  • ""I don't like the word sledging but what I would say is we will be trying as hard as possible to make all their batsmen feel as uncomfortable as possible in the middle - and he is no exception to that," Strauss said."
  • "The sledging is funny, even BBC news and weather presenters thought it was entertaining and said they would like to do the same."
  • "All the public comment about the cops sledging is really positive."