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Synonyms for car

Synonyms for car

a motor vehicle with four wheels

the compartment that is suspended from an airship and that carries personnel and the cargo and the power plant

where passengers ride up and down

a conveyance for passengers or freight on a cable railway

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Car's poor old grandmother had a weakness for the sweet stuff.
By this time there had arisen a shout of laughter at the extraordinary appearance of Car's back, which irritated the dark queen into getting rid of the disfigurement by the first sudden means available, and independently of the help of the scoffers.
The laughter rang louder; they clung to the gate, to the posts, rested on their staves, in the weakness engendered by their convulsions at the spectacle of Car. Our heroine, who had hitherto held her peace, at this wild moment could not help joining in with the rest.
And then as the Glaring-at-Gotham car rolled away she turned and threw a kiss--his wife threw a kiss--at some one high up on the seats of the Rubberneck.
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.
In another moment he had his hand on the car. "Lay hold of it," said the man in the ear, and his face appeared close to Bert's--a strangely familiar face, fierce eyebrows, a flattish nose, a huge black moustache.
In the car, sprawling upon a sort of bed-bench, in an attitude of elaborate self-abandonment, was a large, blond lady, wearing a fur coat and a big floriferous hat.
Nor did the doctor forget an awning to shelter the car, nor the coverings and blankets that were to be the bedding of the journey, nor some fowling pieces and rifles, with their requisite supply of powder and ball.
If the worst happens, we can sit in the car. The water won't be above our heads and there are some boats about.
He moved it, rolled it on one side, and pushed at the wheel of the car as his companion put in the speed.
The motor car came to a standstill before him, and the man who was driving it sprang to the ground.
The rush of cold air, as the car swung round and started off, was like new life to him.
A few minutes later he was in his car and on his way back to Boulogne.
The men were making merry with festivities and dances; some were bringing home a bride to her husband on a well-wheeled car, while the bridal-song swelled high, and the glow of blazing torches held by handmaidens rolled in waves afar.
And his charioteer, strong Iolaus, standing upon the car, guided the curved chariot.