carriage

[ kar-ij; for 9 also kar-ee-ij ]SEE DEFINITION OF carriage

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CARRIAGE

The two saddle-horses and a team for carriage use had been shipped ahead.

Your manner reduced me to a groom who opened your carriage door.

At the same time there was not a suspicion of truculence or even repulse in his carriage.

There was greater freedom in her carriage, and she seemed to have grown.

Simplicity and self-forgetfulness were manifest in carriage and utterance.

All the way home in the carriage I marshalled arguments in his favour.

Mr. Winship asked at last, peering out at the carriage window.

Keeps the finest span and carriage in the city, and lives in a palace.

"I must send somebody for a carriage," she said, looking around anxiously.

Only conceive the sound of—Mrs. O'Donoghoe's carriage there!

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CARRIAGE

valence

nounemotional force or attraction
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