brougham


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light carriage

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a sedan that has no roof over the driver's seat

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He drove off by himself, as had been arranged, and watched the flashing lights of the little brougham in front of him.
And the brougham, behind which he was now running, was no more than a black spot on the white road.
She watched us with a sardonic eye as we stepped from the brougham.
A line of electric broughams discharged their little cargoes of white-bearded professors, while the dark stream of humbler pedestrians, who crowded through the arched door-way, showed that the audience would be popular as well as scientific.
If you would only come back with me in my brougham, you would at least be able to soothe him, though I can hardly hope that you will be able to explain this remarkable occurrence.
I have, as you discovered last night, a window at the back of my brougham, and if you desire a twenty-mile ride which will lead you to the spot from which you started, you have only to follow me.
Coulson's two visitors left and got into a small electric brougham which was waiting for them.
Outside, Wingrave was leaning back in the corner of an electric brougham, reading the paper.
Thus it happened that we were certainly a poor family, in spite of the fine appearance we made, the fashionable street we lived in, the neat brougham we kept, and the clumsy and expensive footman who answered our door.
I stopped the carriage, got out, and, after a few minutes' conversation, persuaded two of the public women to get into the brougham with me.
Margaret accepted, and at eleven o'clock one cheerless morning they started out in a brougham.
We see Jack Thriftless prancing in the park, or darting in his brougham down Pall Mall: we eat his dinners served on his miraculous plate.
The melancholy ceremony was over, and Jacques Saillard had departed in a funeral brougham, evidently hired for the occasion.
Sabin drove slowly down Bond Street, and was rewarded by seeing her brougham outside a famous milliner's.
The only reminder of mortality was a doctor's brougham arrested in august solitude close to the curbstone.