Definition: large vehicle drawn by a horse over snow or ice
Definition: large vehicle drawn by a horse over snow or ice
Sentences Containing 'sleigh'
"Fey's Sleigh Ride" is an episode from the dramedy series "Ugly Betty".
And perhaps at evening I see the hunters returning with a single brush trailing from their sleigh for a trophy, seeking their inn.
At the photo shoot, Daniel shows Bradford a music box to be placed on the sleigh, but turns out to be an homage to his mother Claire.
Convis was re-elected in 1837 but died in early 1838 as a result of a sleigh accident that occurred while he was returning to Detroit (then the capital of Michigan) from attending the wedding of a daughter of Mr. Ten Eyck in Dearborn.
He is often seen, for example, fighting villains, and while inept at it in "Damien", he later is shown ("Red Sleigh Down", "Fantastic Easter Special" and "Imaginationland Episode III") as being very skilled with guns, swords and a glaive (in "Imaginationland III" he leads the charge of the good imaginary characters into battle.)
He was killed while fighting Iraqis during an attempt to rescue Santa on Christmas Eve in the episode "Red Sleigh Down."
In "Red Sleigh Down" he was captured by Iraqis and had to shoot his way free, in "Woodland Critter Christmas" his skill with a shotgun and sledgehammer saved Christmas from the Anti-Christ, and in "Imaginationland Episode III" he was seen sporting a golden axe to fight off the army of evil imaginary creatures after being revived by Butters (who used his imagination, due to the fact the Santa had died in flames during the terrorist attack).
In "Red Sleigh Down", they are seen in a crowd during the town's Christmas celebration.
In a snow-filled forest, the Rockettes as reindeer hurry to hook up Santa Claus' sleigh (“Sleigh Ride”).
Krazy is on a horse-drawn sleigh, riding through the countryside, and playing a lute.
Nevertheless they made up again, and Jesus later lost his life to save Santa from Iraqis in "Red Sleigh Down."
Or rather "spy" for "MODE"?" Thanks to the leak, Daniel decides to go with a new spread, based on the 1986 spread featuring Fey Sommers riding a sleigh.
Possibly in October that year, when working at A Studios in Los Angeles during the tour rehearsals, Harrison added the seasonal chimes, sleigh bells, zither and choir to "Ding Dong".
She orders Maugrim and her secret police to track them down, and follows in her sleigh with Edmund as her prisoner.
The area is developed by Hyundai Asan, which plans to expand the site with a proper ski resort to complement the current sleigh course, and complete golf courses.
The band, group members Roman Kalyn and Roman Kostyuk, originate from the Ivano-Frankivsk region in Western Ukraine, named after the Hutsul Ukrainian word for "sleigh".
The Lodge has a mountain biking trail, gym, tennis courts, and sleigh rides.
The song that came to be known as "Jingle Bells" was published under the name "The One Horse Open Sleigh" in 1857.
Viewed through a freestanding frame of irregular shape, these images are a sky, a lead curtain festooned with sleigh bells, a house façade, a sheet of paper cut-outs, a forest and a fire.
Vincent Millay - Wilfred Owen - Dorothy Parker - E. E. Cummings - Jean Toomer - Robert Graves - Edmund Blunden - Louise Bogan - Hart Crane - Roy Campbell - Countee Cullen - Patrick Kavanagh - W. H. Auden - Louis MacNeice - Malcolm Lowry - Stephen Spender - Elizabeth Bishop - George Barker - Robert Hayden - John Berryman - Weldon Kees - Dylan Thomas - Margaret Walker - Gwendolyn Brooks - Charles Causley - Robert Lowell - William Meredith - Amy Clampitt - Howard Nemerov - Hayden Carruth - Marie Ponsot - Richard Wilbur - Philip Larkin - Anthony Hecht - Jane Cooper - Donald Justice - James K. Baxter - James Merrill - John Ashbery - W. S. Merwin - James Wright - Donald Hall - Thom Gunn - John Hollander - Adrienne Rich - Derek Walcott - Geoffrey Hill - Sylvia Plath - John Updike - Jean Valentine - Robert Mezey - Grace Schulman - Charles Wright - June Jordan - Judith Rodriguez - Frederick Seidel - John Fuller - Tony Harrison - Les Murray - Charles Simic - Frank Bidart - Seamus Heaney - Stanley Plumly - Billy Collins - Douglas Dunn - Marilyn Hacker - David Huddle - Charles Martin - William Matthews - Louise Glück - Ellen Bryant Voigt - Eavan Boland - J. D. McClatchy - Leon Stokesbury - Star Black - Marilyn Nelson - Bruce Smith - Molly Peacock - Hugh Seidman - Rachel Hadas - Denis Johnson - Sherod Santos - Julia Alvarez - Dana Gioia - Medbh McGuckian - Paul Muldoon - Rita Dove - Mark Jarman - Elizabeth Macklin - Tom Sleigh - Rosanna Warren - David Baker - Phillis Levin - John Burnside - Carol Ann Duffy - Robin Robertson - Karl Kirchwey - Deborah Laser - Jacqueline Osherow - James Lasdun - Kate Light - Joe Bolton - Rafael Campo - Mike Nelson - Daniel Gutstein - Beth Ann Fennelly - Jason Schneiderman "The Penguin Book of Irish Verse" (1970, 2nd Edition 1981).
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More Vocab Words::: assurance - firm statement that something is certainly true; promise or pledge; certainty; confidence in one's own ability; self-confidence; Ex. In spite of all his assurances, he did not come back; Ex. assurance of his loyalty; Ex. The teacher lacked assurance in fron of his class; V. assure; tell firmly with confidence; ensure; make (something) certain to heappen; make (someone) feel sure; give confidence to; ADJ. assured: self-assured; confident in one's own ability; showing certainty
::: forerunner - predecessor; one that comes before and indicates the approach of another
::: expound - explain
::: nurse - suckle; take care of (as a nurse); bear in mind; Ex. nursing mother; Ex. nurse a hope/grudge against someone
::: lofty - very high
::: gerontocracy - government ruled by old people
::: profound - deep; not superficial; complete; Ex. profound thinker/remark/silence/deafness; N. profundity
::: chagrin - annoyance and disappointment; vexation (caused by humiliation or injured pride)
::: mandatory - obligatory; compulsory; of a mandate
::: dainty - delicate; delicately beautiful; fastidious; not easy to please; Ex. dainty movement/dress