carriage


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the moving of persons or goods from one place to another

the way in which a person holds or carries his or her body

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Rarely had Natasha experienced so joyful a feeling as now, sitting in the carriage beside the countess and gazing at the slowly receding walls of forsaken, agitated Moscow.
A carriage in which you will see two ladies, and probably their attendants likewise.
When the heavy drag had been adjusted to the wheel, and the carriage slid down hill, with a cinderous smell, in a cloud of dust, the red glow departed quickly; the sun and the Marquis going down together, there was no glow left when the drag was taken off.
Her hand remained in his, and as the carriage lurched across the gang-plank onto the ferry he bent over, unbuttoned her tight brown glove, and kissed her palm as if he had kissed a relic.
But, in spite of Albert's hope, the day passed unmarked by any incident, excepting two or three encounters with the carriage full of Roman peasants.
The carriage lamps cast rays of light a little distance ahead of them and she caught glimpses of the things they passed.
The carriage set off immediately at a quick trot, turned into the road to Paris, and in the forest of Senart found a relay of horses fastened to the trees in the same manner the first horses had been, and without a postilion.
The carriage in the meanwhile arrived at the Tol-Hek.
But recollecting that his mother was waiting for him, he went back again into the carriage.
Another day, Chanticleer and Partlet wished to ride out together; so Chanticleer built a handsome carriage with four red wheels, and harnessed six mice to it; and then he and Partlet got into the carriage, and away they drove.
Here, Anthony," said Charles, "Miss Emmerson has sent you ten dollars, for driving so well, and saving the carriage.
He put the weeping old lady and her attendants into the carriage along with Jos, and left them without any farther words passing.
Scarcely had he gone a few hundred yards from the village than he saw a blaze in the direction of the place where, since morning, he had left his carriage in charge of his former orderly, an old soldier.
At last she kicked right over the carriage pole and fell down, after giving me a severe blow on my near quarter.
He saw her get into her carriage, and heard her order the coachman to drive to St.