Noun(1) a horse-drawn carriage having four wheels; has an outside seat for the driver and facing inside seats for two couples and a folding top
(1) So they can put you in a pony and trap, a barouche or, if you've a got a first class ticket, a sedan chair carried by a team of Iranian asylum seekers.(2) Brought up in the era of the barouche and accustomed to the train, Proust was amazed by the motorcar.(3) Your cousin, it seems, has disappeared with the barouche , and I fear only God knows when - or even if - he'll return.(4) It began to rain, I had my carriage sent home so that I could accompany her in her barouche , and now, I've no means of returning to Cedar Grove.(5) The barouches , which were used by the Queen Mother, will travel north tomorrow for Royal Ascot, which this year is being held at York races.
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