There were picnics in the summer, nut gatherings in the Autumn, and skating and sleighing in the winter.
I had one of the best trotters in the country, and the sleighing was superb.
The open roads for sleighing, and the firm ice for skating, offer many more inducements to pleasure-seekers.
The sleighing was fine, and the snow was six and seven feet deep on a level.
It's such fun coasting and skating and sleighing and snow-balling.
Well, it's only three days, and the sleighing is practically ended.
The snow was not yet packed well enough to make the sleighing very good, but everybody in town was out.
He is a good traveller, and the sleighing will be fine if the snow be not too deep.
Here is the river, near by, and never was the sleighing on it, better than at this moment.
We have had sleighing here for a long time, and first-rate coasting.
"vehicle mounted on runners for use on ice and snow," 1703, American and Canadian English, from Dutch slee, shortened from slede (see sled (n.)). As a verb from 1728. Related: Sleighing. Sleigh-ride is first recorded 1770; sleigh-bells is from c.1780; they originally were used to give warning of the approach of a sleigh.