curricle

[ kur-i-kuh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF curricle
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At the gates I had the curricle waiting in which I had driven up.

The prince drove his curricle, and had charge of his belle cousine.

He was one day driving in his curricle, with a poodle by his side.

Toward the curricle they directed what should have been a bow, but was a nod.

She thought I should drive my curricle—I couldn't afford an omnibus!

I've spent my income in four months, and now I 'm living on my curricle.

The prettiest of these vehicles is the curricle, which is also the safest.

In the Prince Regents time the curricle was the most stylish of all conveyances.

I called out to him by his name, and he came up to the curricle.

Yes, to be sure, I should like to drive out in his curricle, of all things.

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