Synonyms for sleigh

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The light of that speech was in her eyes when she went out to the sleigh again.

He was throwing back the robe to leap from the sleigh when the figure reached him.

On the 10th of March, 1809, the sleigh and its load entered Cleveland.

After Dan's departure in the sleigh, Tom wandered about restlessly.

He drew up in the first bay and awaited the approach of the sleigh.

He was stricken dumb with astonishment on seeing who was in the sleigh.

It is intended for two; won't you step out of the sleigh into the cutter?

Then, if the driver will move on, I can turn, and we will follow the sleigh.'

The sleigh was far in advance, and there were no witnesses on the white topped hills.

A moment later and the sleigh disappeared over the brow of the hill.