- n. obsolete calash
“Monsieur de Talbrun's horses -- a magnificent pair, harnessed to a new 'caleche' -- carried off Psyche, as an old gentleman in gold spectacles said near me.”
“Which shall not be for some time to come," said I to myself, as, slipping noiselessly from the room, I regained my "caleche," and in ten minutes more was proceeding on my journey.”
“The priest stopped the caleche; and was so far curious as to walk down the little avenue that led to the house, showing more interest in the place than Lucien expected from a Spanish ecclesiastic.”
“Lucien jumped down, but before he could speak two travelers stepped out of the caleche, and the words died away on his lips; for there stood the new Prefect of the Charente, Sixte du Chatelet, and his wife, Louise de Negrepelisse.”
“Perhaps he has come to the rescue of his brother-inlaw, and happened to be behind our caleche at Mansle by accident.”
“As the Canon of Toledo returned to the caleche, he had spoken a word to the post-boy.”
“As Lucien took his place in the caleche beside the so-called”
“Kolb, therefore, had set out on horseback along the highroad, and heard at last at Mansle that Lucien was traveling post in a caleche — M. Marron had recognized him as he passed.”
““You have allowed the coach to pass you, monsieur; you will lose your place unless you care to take a seat in my caleche and overtake the mail, for it is rather quicker traveling post than by the public conveyance.””
“The coachman was told to search for saddle-horses for Mademoiselle and for his master, and for carriage-horses for the caleche in which the colonel and the lieutenant had returned to Havre.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘caleche’.
Bilby says I should have one. Even though most of these are on my other lists (the ones that weren't, I didn't really want to list).
Words from Dracula
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