Rockaway

Part of speech: noun

A four wheeled, two seated pleasure carriage.

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Usage examples "rockaway":

  1. In the family rockaway there was constant need of muscular adjustment to different shocks at successive moments; here muscular surrender was required: a comfortable collapse- and there you were! - "The Mettle of the Pasture", James Lane Allen.
  2. Six horses topped the long hill, pulling the huge rockaway stage. - "Down the Mother Lode", Vivia Hemphill.
  3. The rockaway will have to take care of itself till to- morrow, I fancy. - "A Round Dozen", Susan Coolidge.