sledger


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sledger

(ˈslɛdʒə) or

sledder

n
someone who rides, or transports goods with, a sled
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The car boot is open and the sledger is clinging onto a rope tied to the inside the vehicle.
Root outed Buttler as the biggest sledger during the inter-squad contest but admitted he was concerned about being on the losing side as long as his team-mate still had a say.
The arch sledger had been at the forefront of big "send-offs" for Kiwi batsmen Martin Guptill and Grant Elliott as well as spinner Daniel Vettori after their key dismissals in Sunday's final in Melbourne, where Australia thrashed their traditional rivals.
Clarke claimed that he had accepted his fine for telling serial sledger Jimmy Anderson to 'get ready for a f**king broken arm' and wanted to move on.
Serial sledger James Anderson claims he intends to continue to engage in heated exchanges on the field, insisting it helps him get the best out of himself.
A DRIVER appeared in court yesterday charged with killing a young sledger.
The 27-year-old sledger, nicknamed Curly Wurly because of her frizzy hair, scored a stunning victory in Vancouver.
A SLEDGER died days after an accident in the snow at a popular Midland beauty spot, it emerged last night.
One sledger had to be flown to hospital by air ambulance after an accident at Allesley Park.
The minor character gained notoriety during the 2005-6 Ashes series in Australia when master sledger Shane Warne branded England's Ian Bell the Sherminator, saying he was a doppelganger of the nerd from the Hollywood hit.
The Force is strong in this sledger Saltburn without its usual sunshine A family braving the elements TEESSIDE was hit with a blast of freezing winter temperatures after icy conditions swept in from the east.
I think Miandad might have been the biggest sledger the game has ever seen, because nobody knew what he was saying.