What is another word for sleigh?
[ slˈe͡ɪ], [ slˈeɪ], [ s_l_ˈeɪ]
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Synonyms for Sleigh:
v.• Other relevant words: (verb)
Other synonyms:• Other relevant words (noun):
- horse sleigh,
- dog sleigh,
How to use "Sleigh" in context?
What is a sleigh? a vehicle consisting of a framework of poles, runners, and a roof, used for conveying goods or passengers over snow or ice
What are the benefits of using a sleigh?
A sleigh can be a practical and cost-effective way to transport goods and/or passengers over snow or ice. The benefits of using a sleigh include:
- Sleighs are easy to maneuver and are efficient in carrying a lot of cargo.
- Sleighs can be used in a wide range of weather conditions, making them a versatile option.
Paraphrases for Sleigh:
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Noun, singular or mass
- Noun, singular or mass
Homophones for Sleigh:
- shoelace, slouchy, silage, suchlike, saxicolous, sillago, sexualise, salicaceae, schulz, salix, scalelike, saluki, schoolhouse, sulk, soliloquy, sulcus, shlock, Seleucus I, selachii, sales, soulless, schlock, slick, shillelagh, sloughy, sialis, sexless, shellack, silica, squelch, souslik, silicious, socialize, skywalk, slowcoach, soleless, sea louse, shekels, sacculus, syllogise, shellac wax, saw-like, silicosis, sclk, squalus, silky oak, sash lock, seleucus, siliqua, sluggish, seychellois, slough, shylock, silesia, scale wax, siliceous, saw logs, silky, shell shock, Siskiyou Lewisia, sexualize, saw log, sleek, silks, Sauce Louis, suillus, seles, silk oak, sea slug, slug, saclike, slacks, slay, silk, sulawesi, socialise, salk, sluiceway, soul kiss, shellac, scalage, salsa, slag, slash, sills, Seljuk, suslik, slice, slog, slezsko, slake, slews, slouch, sleazy, silique, Sao Louis, slush, sluice, shigellosis, syllogize, skulk, slushy, soliloquise, salish, salacious, scalawag, seychelles, soleus, shoe lace, scaleless, sociology, shell-less, scallywag, sls, silex, scoliosis, shoeless, scalic, sleaze, slack, sulky, slask, soliloquize, solace, slosh.
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