sleigh bell

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Noun1.Sleigh bell - a bell attached to a sleigh, or to the harness of a horse that is pulling a sleighsleigh bell - a bell attached to a sleigh, or to the harness of a horse that is pulling a sleigh
bell - a hollow device made of metal that makes a ringing sound when struck
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A moment later he heard the jingle of departing sleigh bells and discerned a figure advancing alone toward the empty expanse of snow before the church.
The tinkles of sleigh bells among the snowy hills came like elfin chimes through the frosty air, but their music was not sweeter than the song in Anne's heart and on her lips.
They will then be given the gift of a sleigh bell and a specially commissioned Frost Phoenix storybook designed to be read together as a family on Christmas Eve.
Maybe, like in the Chris Van Allsburg book, The Polar Express, only those who truly believe could hear the ringing of the sleigh bell. So I believed.
Wallace Silversmiths, meanwhile, is introducing its 30th annual Christmas Sleigh Bell. Every year, this silverplated bell is produced with a different pattern that will never be repeated, making each model a collectible item.
NEW YORK-Wallace Silversmiths will ring in the new year with its 18-karat gold Millennium Sleigh Bell, which will be showcased at the New York Fall Tabletop Show this week.
So Thistle, one-time bookies' favourites for the title, are still third bottom and even before we've heard a sleigh bell they trail leaders Falkirk by 23 points.
(a) Cold Turkey (b) Reindeer (c) Santa Claus (d) Sleigh Bell.
THIS festive cracker will get you in the mood for the sleigh bell season.
Meribel sleigh bell wreath, pounds 16, Habitat (0845 6010740,
At the North Pole, aka Stanhope Station, Santa will board the train to greet the children and will be giving a special sleigh bell to all those who believe.