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See definition of luge on Dictionary.com
  • as insled
  • as insleigh
  • as intoboggan

synonyms for luge

  • bobsled
  • dogsled
  • sledge
  • toboggan
  • horse sleigh
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How to use luge in a sentence

Hurtling downhill with skis locked parallel in a deep, slick groove is like the Olympic luge where the only medal is getting to the car without busting your lip on a branch.
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We went suddenly round a corner, and quietly and without any fuss whatever Simpson left his luge and rolled on to the track.
ONCE A WEEKALAN ALEXANDER MILNE
Denry, whom nothing could induce to desert his luge, said that obviously "s-k-i" could only spell "planks."
THE CARD, A STORY OF ADVENTURE IN THE FIVE TOWNSARNOLD BENNETT
Skates were well-behaved old horses compared to these long, untamed fiends, and a luge was like a tricycle.
THE CARD, A STORY OF ADVENTURE IN THE FIVE TOWNSARNOLD BENNETT
And the child turned up the hill with her luge, leaving her elders to unknot the situation.
THE CARD, A STORY OF ADVENTURE IN THE FIVE TOWNSARNOLD BENNETT
Luge propter amorem Jesu Christi, sponsi tui, quosque eum videre possis.
THE ESSENCE OF CHRISTIANITYLUDWIG FEUERBACH
The car was so low to the ground that it felt like he was riding luge.
MAKERSCORY DOCTOROW
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WORDS RELATED TO LUGE

  • bobsled
  • dogsled
  • horse sleigh
  • luge
  • sledge
  • toboggan
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