Definition of Autobuses
1. autobus [n] - See also: autobus
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Autobuses
Literary usage of Autobuses
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Report on the Medico-military Aspects of the European War from Observations by Archibald Magill Fauntleroy (1915)
"All the autobuses in Paris were requisitioned, and these are to-day ... These autobuses have somewhat the appearance of one of our street cars in America. ..."
2. The New York Times Current History (1917)
"The church square was incumbered by enormous English autobuses, which had formerly plied between the districts of London, and still carried the names of the ..."
3. Letters and Diary of Alan Seeger by Alan Seeger (1917)
"Paris autobuses in the streets. All bridges had been blown up and were replaced by temporary structures. Verzy, October 22, 1914.—Made an early start from ..."
4. Developing Executive Ability by Enoch Burton Gowin (1919)
"Berthelot also learns from the pins that a number of autobuses are near Blanc's soldiers. ... Tell Blanc to transport his troops in autobuses. ..."
5. Campaign Diary of a French Officer by René Nicolas, Katharine Babbitt (1917)
"And then there go our old Paris autobuses, transformed into meat wagons. ... O valiant autobuses of Paris, you forget your luxurious existence of Parisian ..."