- adj. pulled along by one or more horses.
- adj. pulled by a horse
“Louise Ellman MP said: The rules for taxis date back to 1847 and still refer to horse-drawn carriages.”
“They initiated a trend that would see the new technology shift from horse-drawn carriages to automobiles.”
“After I spoke to the judges, I immediately got in a horse-drawn carriage to go back to the airport; cars are not allowed on Mackinac Island.”
“It felt surreal to be talking from my cell phone to my co-counsel and then to reporters about the decision while riding in a horse-drawn buggy.”
“They look as out of place as horse-drawn carriages on an autobahn.”
“There's a full suit of armor from the 15th century and a 19th-century horse-drawn fire engine.”
“For all the housewives of the years before 1950, modern conveniences would likely seem the ultimate optimistic convenience, and long-distance modern transport is definitely far better and more optimistic than sailing ships and horse-drawn wagons.”
“There's nothing that charms my heart more than trotting through Amsterdam's cobblestone streets in an old-fashioned horse-drawn carriage.”
“Kevin popped the question during a horse-drawn carriage ride on a weekend getaway to Harrisonburg.”
“As a solo mother with a preschooler, I choose to take the horse-drawn carriage through the Siq — the astonishing mountain-cut pathway to Petra.”
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