postilion

[ poh-stil-yuh n, po- ]SEE DEFINITION OF postilion
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR POSTILION

He shouted to the postilion, and the huge, lumbering vehicle was set in motion.

“At your pleasure, sir,” said the fellow, and called to the postilion accordingly.

Gaston took the purse, while a postilion unharnessed a horse and led it to him.

If you will give your horse in charge to the postilion, we will attend you at once.

In five minutes we were in the saddle, with a postilion, also mounted, to accompany us.

The harnessing of an Italian diligence is a mystery to all but an Italian postilion.

On his way back an old-fashioned carriage with a postilion passed him.

As it grew lighter, we were surprised to find that our postilion was a girl.

The postilion stopped at this village to give the horses a little drink.

Some came in cabs, with their trunks on before with the postilion.

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