- n. Plural form of limo.
“The smear about the Gore movie premiere entourage in limos is no longer there.”
“WSJ (etc) readers and the people who keep Rupert in limos?”
“Probably used to be driven in limos, now taking a cab to the Greyhound station.”
“I saw founder Shawn Fanning go from a regular kid to a stalked, paparazzi target arriving to the courthouse in limos with bodyguards.”
“Do they really think the Clintons, who spend their lives in limos and private jets need that money more than AIDS researchers?”
“Many of my daughters 'friends were driven everywhere in limos by armed chofers.”
“I'm not going to start clubbing or going out in limos.”
“The afternoon before the dance you couldn't get a hair appointment anywhere in the five towns and all the white stretch limos were rented just like it was the prom, though not the old clunky black ones.”
“Chris Gregoire not to veto an amendment to the state transportation budget requiring transit agencies to hand over transit-only facilities (like the downtown bus tunnel) and park-and-ride spaces to private vans, limos, and buses, they could lose grant money.”
“Ms Jorgensen reckons that between her and her rivals the total number of limos in Copenhagen next week has already broken the 1,200 barrier.”
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