A light vehicle mounted on runners and having one or more seats, usually drawn by a horse over snow or ice.(noun)
To ride in or drive a sleigh.(verb-intransitive)
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Use "sleigh" in a sentence
"And why is that Christmas songs always use the word sleigh instead of sled?"
"Synopsis: A bunch of writers conjure the story of Satan Claus, monstrous legend of Christmas whose sleigh is pulled by eight black pigs with demonic eyes."
"Kincaid believed it was called a sleigh bed, and again, probably a reproduction."