wagon-lit

[ French va-gawn-lee ]SEE DEFINITION OF wagon-lit

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Every wagon-lit in Berlin had been commandeered by the staff.

They stood at the door of their wagon-lit in the Côte d'Azur Rapide, searching the crowded platform for him.

Just fancy, Stuart burst forth, the indignity of having to ask permission before one could keep a fox-terrier or a wagon-lit.

I hope the wagon-lit proved a compensation for your temporary effacement, laughed Stuart.

From the window of the wagon-lit Mrs. Shiffney looked at the two men standing together as the train drew away from the platform.

And the wagon-lit, booked to Syracuse, calmly left stranded in the station of Messina, to go no further.

The windows of the wagon-lit were plastered with warnings to be careful, to talk to no strangers; that the enemy was listening.

You've made yourself pretty well at home in this wagon-lit, anyhow, taking off all your clothes and putting on your nightgown.

As The Sparrow lay that night in the wagon-lit he tried to sleep, but the roar and rattle of the train prevented it.

And he produced a batch of tickets, among which I saw coupons for reserved compartments in the wagon-lit.

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