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  • They entered the branch train together, having a first-class compartment to themselves. Cited from John Thorndyke's Cases, by R. Austin Freeman
  • Then the children and dog found themselves in a third-class compartment. Cited from The Children's Pilgrimage, by L. T. Meade
  • The letters also represent the number of people in each compartment at a particular time.
  • A first-class ticket he took, and a first-class compartment he entered. Cited from The Channings: A Story, by Mrs. Henry Wood
  • As water spread throughout the ship's engine compartments, the list was reduced.
  • A figure in the corner of a third-class compartment attracted his attention. Cited from The Pit Prop Syndicate, by Freeman Wills Croft
  • First class compartments also have slightly better seats than second class.
  • It was hot weather and in his first class compartment there was no other passenger. Cited from Indian Ghost Stories, by S. Mukerji
  • The condition of the first third-class compartment revealed an extraordinary state of things. Cited from The Beetle, by Richard Marsh
  • The train was waiting, and Jack settled himself in a second-class compartment. Cited from In Friendship's Guise, by Wm. Murray Graydon
  • She got into a third-class compartment farther up the train. Cited from Kathleen, by Christopher Morley
  • An individual may be granted access to, or read into, a compartment for any period of time.
  • The straight-six required a longer engine compartment that was more appropriate to a larger car.
  • Machinery was for the first time divided into three compartments instead of two.
  • There entered eight Germans into the second-class compartment, five men and three ladies. Cited from The Trespasser, by D.H. Lawrence
  • A train with completely joined compartments was chosen, and the seats along the car walls returned.
  • It was then built with two compartments, but the centre gates have since been removed.
  • The body typically provides one passenger seat and a small trunk compartment behind.
  • The engine compartment is always completely filled with sea-water, so has only mechanical components.
  • He had the third-class compartment to himself, and sat in a corner, soft hat over his eyes. Cited from The Street of Seven Stars by Mary Roberts Rinehart
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Meaning of compartment

  • noun A space into which an area is subdivided
  • noun A partitioned section, chamber, or separate room within a larger enclosed area