carousel

[ kar-uh-sel, kar-uh-sel ]SEE DEFINITION OF carousel

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Under the sunshade it was infuriatingly like a horse on a carousel.

The four carousel's sprang to their feet when the first strain reached their ears.

Forbes and Persis sent back mocking smiles as they side-stepped into the carousel.

As a scene viewed from a carousel, the field of ice swept around me in our dizzy, twisting progress.

For example, here was toll calls, telephone long-distance calls placed from the telephone at the Carousel at 1312 Commerce.

I was assigned to the downtown area, which includes the location of Carousel Club.

Patterson occasionally worked on the district that Ruby's Carousel Club was on.

On occasions when driving in the area with another officer, he would go up to the Carousel, usually once or twice a week.

Who else did you recognize at the trial whom you remember from the Carousel Club?

He was in the place, in Ruby's Carousel, but that none of this conversation took place.

WORD ORIGIN

"merry-go-round," 1670s, earlier "playful tournament of knights in chariots or on horseback" (1640s), from French carrousel "a tilting match," from Italian carusiello, possibly from carro "chariot," from Latin carrus (see car).

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