- n a vehicle mounted on runners and pulled by horses or dogs; for transportation over snow
- n a heavy long-handled hammer used to drive stakes or wedges
- v transport in a sleigh
- v ride in or travel with a sledge
the antarctic expedition sledged along the coastline
The children sledged all day by the lake
- v beat with a sledgehammer
- Following a one-week respite, he is scheduled to leave on yet another pioneering dog-sledge journey that will take him 1,660 miles on a north-south trek through the icy interior .
- The sledge was covered with a pall of silver; it had silver handles.
- One of them unwrapped a sledge hammer, battered down the door.
News & Articles
- Macon Central Services Building Demolished, Making Way for River Project
MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) -- The sound of sledge hammers and crumbling bricks roared through the air in downtown Macon Thursday afternoon. The city's former central services building located on Riverside Drive was torn down. The building is the last structure on a 14-acre piece of land that's set to be the location for the "Renaissance on the River" project. Macon Mayor Reichert spoke about ...
June 20, 2013 - 41 NBC Macon
- Police: Sledge-hammer-wielding man steals safe
Indentations mark the areas where police believe a burglar used a sledge hammer to try to break open a safe at Little Caesars in Dacula.
June 19, 2013 - WSB-TV 2 Atlanta
- DEATH NOTICE: Gene Sledge
Gene Sledge, 84, Houston, Texas, formerly of Wayne City, died 8:30 a.m. Saturday, June 15, 2013.
June 18, 2013 - The Harrisburg Daily Register
- Gautam Gambhir in Cayman Net News
No gentleman can hear things that the Aussies were saying in Delhi. If what I did was wrong, then even sledging should be stopped, it has no place in the game,Gambhir told the press. "Aussies sledge from all corners, they sledged at me in...
- Adam MacDougall in The Age
If Dell is going all right, there is no doubt Coop will cop a verbal. Let's hope he is not going that well,MacDougall said. "Hopefully he is sucking in the big ones and doesn't have enough energy to sledge."
- Kevin Towers in San Diego Union Tribune
It might be something we discuss again later this spring,Padres General Manager Kevin Towers said yesterday. "But right now I want to see what we have in spring training. I want to see how (outfielder) Terrmel Sledge plays and how our...