omnibus

[ om-nuh-buhs, -buh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF omnibus

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"Why not walk over to the old Omnibus House," suggested Grace.

He can Take her In by not keeping his appointment, or—he can charter an omnibus if he likes.

For slender purses there are cheap boats, cheap railways, and the omnibus.

But rolling to the feast on the top of the omnibus the Professor lost his high spirits.

The real rustic does utter a yell of joy at the sight of a Bayswater omnibus.

He was the owner of the omnibus which ran between Arromanches and Bayeux.

He usually took an omnibus on his arrival at the Northern Railway terminus.

When they came out it was quite dark, and they got on to the top of an omnibus.

When she changed her omnibus at Piccadilly the Circus was very full of women.

It described her attempt to climb to the top of an omnibus on a windy day.

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