Definition of Charabancs

1. n. A long, light, open vehicle, with benches or seats running lengthwise.



Definition of Charabancs

1. Noun. (plural of charabanc) ¹

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Definition of Charabancs

1. charabanc [n] - See also: charabanc

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Charabancs

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chapterplays
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chaptre
chaptrel
chaptrels
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chaptzem
chaqu
chaqueta
chaquetas
char
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charabancs (current term)
characid
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character analysis
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Literary usage of Charabancs

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1. Samuel F.B. Morse: His Letters and Journals by Samuel Finley Breese Morse, Edward Lind Morse (1914)
""Two carriages called charabancs, somewhat like the Irish vehicle of the same name, with four servants in the imperial livery to each, we found at the door, ..."

2. Samuel F.B. Morse: His Letters and Journals by Samuel Finley Breese Morse, Edward Lind Morse (1914)
""Two carriages called charabancs, somewhat like the Irish vehicle of the same name, with four servants in the imperial livery to each, we found at the door, ..."

3. Switzerland, and the Adjacent Portions of Italy, Savoy, and the Tyrol by Karl Baedeker (Firm) (1873)
"... (J hr. by charabancs, 5 fr.). It is best seen from the French side. Above the waterfall the river expands, resembling a lake \ below, it Hows for 6 M. ..."

4. The New York Times Current History (1917)
"... laid in a row on the grass, where 100000 people from London came flocking to see them. The crowds went out afoot, in taxicabs, motor cars, charabancs ..."

5. Lord Northcliffe's War Book: With Chapters on America at War by Alfred Harmsworth Northcliffe (1917)
"... and Irish breweries going on their way to the Front laden with soldiers or shells, and also to see pleasure motor charabancs with the names of Margate, ..."

6. At the War by Alfred Harmsworth Northcliffe (1916)
"... Front laden with soldiers or shells, and also to see pleasure motor charabancs with the names of Margate, Blackpool, and Scarborough emblazoned thereon. ..."

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