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noun as in delivery of freight
Snipers watched from rooftops and windows, and Lincoln had been guarded by infantry and cavalry on his carriage ride through the streets to the Capitol.
Andrew Jackson started the trend of riding to the inauguration in a carriage with his successor, Martin Van Buren, and that has been pretty common throughout history after him.
Yet when I close my eyes, I don’t see my dark hands clutching the carriage seat or holding a goblet of ratafia in the company of the gentry.
Edward Valentine had his studio in a nearby carriage house, which after his death was relocated to the grounds of the museum.
Cross-country ski the many miles of groomed carriage roads throughout the grounds.
Going hands-free is just one of the perks of a place where the only form of transportation is by carriage, bike, or tractor.
Or a horse and carriage, like the one driven a young man in a tweed suit and cap from yesteryear, as he gazed up at the stars.
Mandelbaum responded by punching Frank in the nose and knocking him from the carriage.
Meet Roger, the horse saved from slaughter by a carriage driver.
He made his views on the carriage controversy known in a letter to a City Council member back in 2009.
He replied that he had no objections, provided she did not encumber the carriage with bandboxes, which were his utter abhorrence.
A gentleman got out of a carriage before it stopped, and fell between the rail and the platform.
"She did not think so:" why should she have taken the trouble to look out of the carriage window at me as she said these words?
"God bless 'ee, Missy," cried the old man in the shrill cracked voice of age, as he pressed up to the carriage window.
Liszt and his titled friends travelled in a first class carriage by themselves.
On this page you'll find 69 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to carriage, such as: freight, conveyance, conveying, transit, transport, and transportation.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.