automobilist

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An automobilist must resign himself to taking cheerfully what comes.

Mr. Coleman is, by his own account, an American and an automobilist.

The automobilist does not much care whether they are near at hand or not.

He is a good spender, the automobilist, and he comes frequently.

The automobilist will appreciate this and will want to push on to the end.

Hotels in Genoa for the automobilist are of all ranks and at all prices.

Why is an automobilist who exceeds the speed limit like a social reprobate?

But there was no menace in the kindly eye of the automobilist, as he brought his car to a stop.

He stopped his camera, the automobile came to a stop, the automobilist got out and a dummy was placed in his seat.

But the automobilist has tales to tell of the power of the wind against his face that are easily credible.

WORD ORIGIN

1883, in reference to electric traction cars, from French automobile (adj.), 1861, a hybrid from Greek autos "self" (see auto-) + French mobile "moving," from Latin mobilis "movable" (see mobile (adj.)).

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