from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Cadillac, Sieur Antoine de la Mothe 1658-1730. French explorer and colonial administrator who founded Detroit, Michigan (1701), and was governor of Louisiana (1711-1716).
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- proper n. a brand of luxury automobile, now part of the General Motors group
- proper n. by extension, any brand that represents the most luxurious or highest quality example in its class
- proper n. a French surname
- proper n. an urban area in Quebec, Canada
- proper n. a commune in the Gironde department, in France
- proper n. a city in the U.S. state of Michigan
- proper n. a mountain in the U.S. state of Maine
- proper n. A large pear, shaped like a flattened top, used chiefly for cooking.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A large pear, shaped like a flattened top, used chiefly for cooking.
- n. The best; -- metaphorical, from the automobile. Often used in the phrase “the Cadillac of … ”
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A sort of pear.
Cadillac's first moves to separate itself from GM include changing corporate e-mails from the current @GM.com domain to @Cadillac. com, dis-including the Cadillac brand from GM-wide sales events such as the Red Tag Event and removing the GM branding from Cadillac vehicles and dealerships.
CADILLAC - Cadillac coach Jim Webb hit the nail on the head.
Friday, April 24, 2009 at 9: 38 p.m. CADILLAC -- On Saturday, April 25, at the Rotary Pavilion residents will put aside whatever cares they each may have to join together in support of Cadillac babies by participating in March for Babies.
Senate wants to fund its health care reform plan with taxes on what it calls Cadillac policies.
BLITZER: That's what they call the Cadillac plans.
One day, for example, he was trying to say the word Cadillac.
(Admittedly, Volkswagen introduced a new luxury sedan called the Phaeton at the Geneva Motor Show in 2002, which only goes to show that vehicle names can be recycled - in this case, the original was a Cadillac from the 1930s).
And I'm stunned that Cadillac is still an effective mark in light of the Kidillac.
To the aficionado, cigars are to other tobacco products as a Cadillac is to a Yugo.
Outdoor Life has become the outdoor magazine equivalent of those rugged outdoorsmen that ride around in Cadillac Escalades sipping mocha lattes and texting deer sightings on their Blackberry.