- n. Plural form of carriage.
“The railway bisects the town and the continuous thunder of the carriages is a temptation and a taunt that ultimately dies away into distant dreams.”
“Inaugural planners are barring strollers and baby carriages from the ceremony.”
“First Division: Chief Officers, Aids, U.S. Artillery, Marine Battalion, Troops (if any) which accompany the President-elect to the seat of Government; The President and President-elect and party in carriages, attended by three aids; Calvary, Portion of the visiting military organizations”
“All his books, and his grand friends who visited him in carriages or with countless bottles of whiskey, went for naught.”
“The spot that housed carriages is now a library and a great room.”
“As the basic forms of the chase scene are animated with the folded-paper forms of racing train carriages and paper planes, each surface has embedded into it carefully-picked scenes from the entire array of movie history.”
“That he would attack babies in carriages if their rattles sounded like dog tags.”
“They have not torched train carriages nor have they arsoned train stations.”
“For Robinson, riding in carriages, dressing in the most recent fashions or costuming”
“A mere generation away from extinction, humanity's slow decline is as eerie as it was sad with some citizens pushing dolls around in carriages or christening newborn kittens, grasping for any shred of hope that all things are as normal as they once were.”
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