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Synonyms for chauffeur

a man paid to drive a privately owned car

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drive someone in a vehicle


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References in classic literature ?
Summoning her maid and chauffeur, she issued instructions rapidly.
The chauffeur must, as it seemed to me, have been a novice or else have lost his nerve in this disturbance, for he drove vilely on the way to the station.
I sat in front with the chauffeur, but behind me my three comrades seemed to me to be all talking together.
The driver of the waggon seemed undecided, and the chauffeur, running slow but disregarding some shouted warning from the crossing policemen, swerved the auto to the left, violating the traffic rules, in order to pass in front of the waggon.
Before the chauffeur could back clear, an old Irishman, driving a rickety express waggon and lashing his one horse to a gallop, had locked wheels with the auto.
Ours is such a careful chauffeur, and my husband feels it particularly hard that they should be treated like roadhogs.
Take the outside, sport," he said to the chauffeur.
Nothin' doin', kiddo," came the answer, as the chauffeur measured with hard, wise eyes the crumbling edge of the road and the downfall of the outside bank.
You needn't be a road-hog because you're a Rube," said the chauffeur.
After a nervous consultation, the chauffeur obeyed, and the car backed up the hill and out of sight around the turn.
Sometimes when you are out in your Pickering Gem or your Pickering Giant the car hesitates, falters, and stops dead, and your chauffeur, having examined the carburettor, turns to you and explains the phenomenon in these words: 'The mixture is too rich.
The fur-coated chauffeurs bulked dimly in their seats.
The couple married a year later in 1988 -and now run one of the most successful chauffeur firms in the country.
A friend asked if I would be interested in becoming a chauffeur.
As well as being able to call on the services of Close-Pro's fleet of S-Class Mercedes-Benz limos, customers can now opt for the ``Smart Chauffeur Service'' to whisk them through city traffic and into the tightest of parking spaces.