Bill was somewhat too evidently not accustomed to limousines.
Money, comfort, limousines and ragtime are not the requisites of men when heroes are dying.
How they have suffered, those who drive up to our city hospitals in limousines, in peace time.
And I guess that Mr. Harrison that rolls up here in taxis and limousines is sitting up and taking notice, sure's gun's iron!
They threaded their unhurried way on cushioned hoofs through a traffic of purring roadsters and limousines.
If we were not traitors to the people, we would be eminently respectable citizens and ride in limousines.
They went to the railroad station in one of the limousines, only the two girls going with them to see them off.
Most of the ladies came themselves, rollin' up in limousines or tourin' cars and cartin' home their own stuff.
Out into the waiting taxis and limousines pours that vast assemblage.
Somebody to wait on you; heaps of flowers when you wanted them; beautiful gowns and thingummies and furs and limousines.