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Synonyms for automobile

Synonyms for automobile

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This announcement broke up further conversation, and the entire party went out to the waiting automobiles.
They were sitting in the little, stuffy parlor when the distant chugging of an approaching automobile caught their attention.
The last time I saw you you were a veritable wild man, skipping about among the branches of a tropical African forest, and now you are driving me along a Wisconsin road in a French automobile.
But there were many police and watchmen in evidence, and now and again automobile patrols of the Mercenaries slipped swiftly past.
The police and the automobile patrols went by, and once half a dozen fire-engines, returning evidently from some conflagration.
The automobile containing the officer who had asked the question darted on.
And to the end of the day, Bob continued to be up to one trick or another; after passing a dozen automobiles on the way into Oakland, suddenly electing to go mad with fright at a most ordinary little runabout.
This system may have cost from twenty to fifty millions, yet it may be hired for one-eighth the cost of renting an automobile.
Especially since the advent of the automobile, there is no nook or corner from which it may not be supremely necessary, now and then, to send a message.
James Williams, with Uncle Thomas, of Madison Avenue, in a respect-compelling motor car and proofs of the hero's innocence--for all the world like the third act of a drama backed by an automobile mfg.
Pretty bad, but still you've no call to go mingling with automobile wheels.
He was wealthy, for he drove an automobile and lived in an expensive hotel.
You could love the Tin Woodman because he had a fine nature, kindly and simple; but the machine man you could only admire without loving, since to love such a thing as he was as impossible as to love a sewing-machine or an automobile.
Damon, who blessed everything in sight from the gasoline in the automobile to the blue sky overhead, started for the station.
An automobile, darting out from a cross-street, caused the driver of the wagon to pull in abruptly and apply the brake.