limousine

[ lim-uh-zeen, lim-uh-zeen ]SEE DEFINITION OF limousine
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Madeline climbed in beside her parent and the limousine rolled away.

At the same instant the limousine leaped to full speed ahead.

The man caught him under the arms and tossed him into the tonneau of a limousine at the curb.

As she stepped into the limousine, she said to John: “Home, please.”

As John started to close the door of the limousine, Frances glanced at her watch.

She broke off abruptly, as her companion descended from the limousine.

"Why, why—" stammered the limousine's other passenger, turning as the motor started.

“I stop at the office a moment,” he said, as they entered 223 the limousine.

Crests appeared on the letter-heads and limousine doors of the newly rich.

We stepped into a limousine, which whirled us away through the twilight.

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