Definition of Sledgings

1. sledging [n] - See also: sledging



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sledgings

sleddogs
sleded
sledge
sledge dog
sledge hockey
sledged
sledgehammer
sledgehammered
sledgehammering
sledgehammers
sledgelike
sledger
sledgers
sledges
sledging
sledgings (current term)
sledlike
sleds
slee
sleech
sleeches
sleechier
sleechy
sleek
sleek down
sleek over
sleeked
sleeken
sleekened
sleekening

Literary usage of Sledgings

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1. Colonial Days & Ways as Gathered from Family Papers by Helen Evertson Smith (1900)
"... tedious sledgings, when stalwart men took the place of horses or oxen and drew their wives or sisters through the windings of wintry forests, ..."

2. An Art-student in Munich by Anna Mary Howitt (1854)
"We recalled the sledgings in Miss Bremer's novels, and Frithiof, and old King Ring, and Hamilton and Hildegard's sledging adventure in that clever book the ..."

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