Definition of Omnibusses
1. omnibus [n] - See also: omnibus
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Omnibusses
Literary usage of Omnibusses
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Ship and Shore: Or, Pencil Sketches on a Recent Voyage To, and a Tour In by John Spence, Young physician (1847)
"Some of the omnibusses are very neat; and others, driven by old men, are faded. ... When riding on these omnibusses, I preferred in pleasant weather an ..."
2. Sketches on a Tour Through the Northern and Eastern States, the Canadas by J. C. Myers (1849)
"... State Penitentiary—Univer- stty—St. Stephen's Church—Christ's Church-Tomb of Franklin—Girard College—Tickets of Admission—omnibusses— Laurel Hill ..."
3. The Book of Table-talk by Charles MacFarlane, James Robinson Planché (1836)
"CABRIOLETS AND omnibusses. CABRIOLETS were introduced into London May 1st, 1820, ... omnibusses.—These vehicles, as well as the street cabriolets, ..."
4. The History of San José and Surroundings: With Biographical Sketches of by Frederic Hall (1871)
"omnibusses to Santa Clara.—Hells tolled for King of William.—Public Meetings on Vigilance Committees, —Earthquakes. — Reincorporation of City.— Fire. ..."
5. A Voyage to Australia and New Zealand, Including a Visit to Adelaide by John Askew (1857)
"The Theatre..Actors and Singers..Life in the Theatre..Circuses..Menagerie..Museum of Natural History.. Public Museum .. Ryley Estate .. omnibusses . ..."