a light vehicle on runners, usually open and generally horse-drawn, used especially for transporting persons over snow or ice.
verb (used without object)
to travel or ride in a sleigh.
noun, verb (used with object)
noun, plural sleys.
the reed of a loom.
the warp count in woven fabrics.
British. the lay of a loom.
verb (used with object)
to draw (warp ends) through the heddle eyes of the harness or through the dents of the reed in accordance with a given plan for weaving a fabric.
another name for sledge1 (sense 1)
(intransitive) to travel by sleigh
sleep with someone
noun 1. skill; dexterity. 2. an artifice; stratagem. 3. cunning; craft. noun (archaic) 1. skill; dexterity See also sleight of hand 2. a trick or stratagem 3. cunning; trickery
noun 1. skill in feats requiring quick and clever movements of the hands, especially for entertainment or deception, as jugglery, card or coin magic, etc.; legerdemain. 2. the performance of such feats. 3. a feat of legerdemain. 4. skill in deception. sleight of hand noun 1. manual dexterity used in performing conjuring tricks 2. the […]
noun, Scandinavian Mythology. 1. the eight-legged horse of Odin.