roadster

Part of speech: noun

A horse or bicycle serviceable on ordinary roads.

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Usage examples "roadster":

  1. Gerard gently drew the young girl to the place where his private roadster waited, somewhat aside from the centre of action, and put her in the scarlet- cushioned seat. - "From the Car Behind", Eleanor M. Ingram.
  2. And with the words Chamberlain grabbed Little Simon's best roadster, mounted him bareback, and turned his head up the road. - "The Stolen Singer", Martha Idell Fletcher Bellinger.
  3. His ramshackle Ford roadster was considered an evidence of the terribly reckless extravagance of his habits, but it was really nothing more than a sort of pocketbook, since all his money went into it, and a very shabby one at that. - "Pee-wee Harris", Percy Keese Fitzhugh.