After dinner the girls had talked late—late for sleeping-car hours, that is to say.
The sleeping-car, said the conductor afterwards, was fuller than usual that night.
There was no sleeping-car for the author of "A Lodging for the Night."
The next day I spent in the sleeping-car, running into Chicago.
Check your baggage through, and don't use the sleeping-car too much.
Day after day he feels as if he had spent his nights in a sleeping-car.
How could you suppose a serpent could get on board a sleeping-car, of all places in the world!
No, they were not hungry; they had dined in the sleeping-car.
At Albany he went into a sleeping-car, but did not have his berth made up.
Even the double seat in the sleeping-car was too small for Jim.