sled, slediausledioslediasant, slediasech, sledia, sledia’, slediaf, slediai, slediais, slediaist, sledian, slediant, slediasai, slediych, sledi, slediasem, slediasent, slediasid, slediasit, slediasoch, slediasom, slediaswn, sledid, slediech, sledied, slediem, sledien, sledient, sledier, sledies, slediest, slediet, slediff, sledio, sledioch, slediodd, slediom, sledion, slediont, sledir, sledith, slediwch, slediwn, slediwyd, slediwyf
Noun(1) a vehicle mounted on runners and pulled by horses or dogs; for transportation over snow(2) a heavy long-handled hammer used to drive stakes or wedges
Verb(1) transport in a sleigh(2) ride in or travel with a sledge(3) beat with a sledgehammer
(1) a sledge journey(2) The four adult and two baby animals will travel down from their home in the Cairngorm mountains of Scotland to pull the sledge , laden with toys, around town.(3) The fishermen load the sledge with their catch, and then lean on the crossbars, scooting the mud horse over the flats that would otherwise drag them down.(4) Tea trays, as we all know are ten times better than any sledge or toboggan you can buy in the shops, and have the added advantage of being useful as giant frisbees when the snow melts.(5) Steel wedges were driven into the fault and hammered with a sledge until the stone separated.(6) All in all this car is probably safer than the estate we drive around in normally, which in comparison handles like a tractor pulling a sledge full of sand.(7) a dog sledge(8) Go find a hammer: a claw, a sledge , a ball-peen, whatever's handy.(9) He crawled, hands and knees, for two miles pulling a loaded sledge .(10) To prepare she spent days pulling a loaded sledge along the beach.(11) A lot of people were in the bar watching our sledge trains come around over the sea ice as we pulled up at the field store hangar.(12) We walked over to the sledge ride and that's when the armband came in.(13) We discovered that as we had gotten older, we'd gotten taller and larger to the point that sitting on a sledge tends to make it sink into the snow rather than fly screaming towards the trees at the bottom.(14) She has had to pull a 60 lb sledge across 200 miles in sub zero temperatures.(15) Scott himself, with Shackleton, made a sledge journey to beyond 82 degrees south in 1902.(16) During their historic trek across the constantly moving ocean the women first pulled their 250 lb sledges of food and equipment over house-sized pressure ridges of ice and sat out blizzards.
1. sledgehammer ::
2. maul ::
3. sledgehammer ::
Different Formssledge, sledged, sledges, sledging
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