barouche

Part of speech: noun

A four- wheeled carriage with folding top.

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Usage examples "barouche":

  1. It was open, like a barouche, so that the children who were riding in it could see all around them perfectly well. - "Rollo in Paris", Jacob Abbott.
  2. From Montpellier we turned right about on our tracks; took Cannes again, Antibes; drove along the whole Corniche in a two- horse barouche. - "Foe-Farrell", Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch.
  3. We left Lihue at ten o'clock, and rode over to Koloa, ten miles, in the barouche, arriving there in time for dinner. - "Scenes in the Hawaiian Islands and California", Mary Evarts Anderson.