carriage

All Noun
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  • They could move around the city but had to be in a carriage. ...
  • It is possible to look inside the carriage through its windows at any time. ...
  • The next morning she left in a horse-drawn carriage with the windows covered. ...
  • What appears to be the summer kitchen and original carriage house still stand. ...
  • This form of the word is applied to a kind of carriage. ...
  • The young man was in the only first-class carriage of the train, and alone in it. ...
  • After two days spent following his unit in a horse-drawn carriage he was forced to leave his command. ...
  • Horse-drawn carriages are also available for use outside most major cities. ...
  • Exactly opposite to where we were standing was a first-class carriage. ...
  • In addition, Mrs Smith believed she saw a horse-drawn carriage at night. ...
  • In addition, Mrs Smith believed she saw a horse-drawn carriage at night. ...
  • I took my seat in a third-class carriage of a deserted train. ...
  • Sitting there in the third-class carriage, he became happy again. ...
  • Note that after every command and response, there is a carriage return sent to complete the command. ...
  • He moves from one location to another in his horse-drawn carriage. ...
  • The last three carriages became divided from the train as it entered the station. ...
  • However, at last they found themselves in a first-class carriage, ready to start, or rather starting.
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