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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MOTORCAR

"It's the American gentleman that owns the motorcar," said Doyle.

He walked, hat in hand, towards the stranger in the motorcar.

As he spoke, the gates were opened and a motorcar drove through.

No farmhouse was in sight to which the motorcar might have gone.

I only borrowed a motorcar while the owners were at lunch; they had no need of it at the time.

They had so many engagements that they were compelled to buy a motorcar and to engage a chauffeur.

They all waved aprons and caps until the motorcar was out of sight.

Has any one met a rich man who denied himself a motorcar to keep a genius?

And sympathy applied to life is like the gasoline in a motorcar, I think.

To pack a man in a trunk and pitch him on the top of a motorcar!

WORD ORIGIN

also motor-car, 1895 from motor (n.) + car.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR MOTORCAR

car

nounvehicle driven on streets
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