verb (used with or without object), sledged, sledg·ing.
verb (used without object), sledged, sledg·ing.
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noun, verb (used with or without object), sledged, sledg·ing.
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Guests can rent cottages near his residence, where they have access to a swimming pool, sports facilities such as skis and sledges, a restaurant and a New Year’s souvenirs store.How Soviet Russia Banished Their Version of Santa Claus, Then Brought Him Back to Spread Communist Cheer|Madeline Roache|December 24, 2020|Time
Webb made his clay from ancient bricks that he found on walks in Brooklyn, then smashed to a powder with a sledge hammer.
Americans love winners and they love underdogs, and when we took a sledge hammer to kill ants, people turned against us.
Fortunately, the last crash had been passed without dislocating the parts of either sledge or rider.
In truth, it was so intently engaged with a sleeping seal that it had not observed the approach of the sledge.
Rising at once he bundled up his traps, threw the line of his small hand-sledge over his shoulder, and stepped out for home.
Soon the sledge which the dogs had drawn to the woods was piled high with deer and other game.Stories the Iroquois Tell Their Children|Mabel Powers
Thrice, all his strength flew with a downright stroke,—a smithy's sledge less crushing.God Wills It!|William Stearns Davis