from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An Irish jaunting-car.
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An outside-car has its wheels practically inside the body of the vehicle, but an inside car carries its wheels outside.
Such was the posture of affairs until towards noon, when an outside-car came trotting quickly down the lane.
a tramcar in his immediate rear, a cab in front of him, an outside-car and a bicycle on his right hand, and a dray laden with barrels on his left.
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