Definition of Fourgons
1. fourgon [n] - See also: fourgon
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fourgons
Literary usage of Fourgons
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Irish Literature by Justin McCarthy, Maurice Francis Egan, Douglas Hyde, Charles Welsh, Gregory, James Jeffrey Roche (1904)
"The magnificent fourgons, with their sleek teams of splendid horses in ... Needless to state, the orthodox clergy were on the side of the big fourgons, ..."
2. The Early Years of His Royal Highness the Prince Consort by Charles Grey, Victoria (1868)
"The traveling-carriages, with the fourgons, were eight in number. First, the duke's own traveling chariot, in which he was accompanied sometimes by one of ..."
3. Extracts of the Journals and Correspondence of Miss Berry: From the Year by Mary Berry (1865)
"The artillery horses, and those employed in the fourgons and baggage waggons, are remarkably good, and seemed in admirable., order and spirits. ..."
4. A Faggot of French Sticks: Or, Paris in 1851 by Francis Bond Head (1852)
"While the well-made fourgons were trotting out of the great yard they were often crossed by the heavy cabriolets of the department, which, with equal energy ..."
5. Belgravia by Mary Elizabeth Braddon (1871)
"The carriages and fourgons were conducted under escort to Fossard. ... The fourgons were then unloaded, and the Princess was forced to order her servants to ..."