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  • noun Plural form of automobilist.

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Examples

  • Where English has previously taken on new vocabulary serving groups as diverse as axe-wielding Germanic warriors of Britannia and automobilists commuting in the American Midwest, Global English is now gaining words that serve life—and whole new clusters of speakers—in the global era.

    The English Is Coming!

  • The era of mass-produced cars launched parking and STOP, among other devices of vehicular English that would eventually be embraced by automobilists virtually everywhere.

    The English Is Coming!

  • Where English has previously taken on new vocabulary serving groups as diverse as axe-wielding Germanic warriors of Britannia and automobilists commuting in the American Midwest, Global English is now gaining words that serve life—and whole new clusters of speakers—in the global era.

    The English Is Coming!

  • The era of mass-produced cars launched parking and STOP, among other devices of vehicular English that would eventually be embraced by automobilists virtually everywhere.

    The English Is Coming!

  • Getting Kirsty to stand in the middle of the road and show a bit of leg to rural automobilists.

    Kaptions4Kirsty

  • When the act was jettisoned, speeds increased, automobilists demanded better road surfaces to go even faster on, and "scorchers" and "road hogs", terms first used against cyclists, took over the roads.

    19th century cyclists paved the way for modern motorists' roads | Carlton Reid

  • Amsterdam or Venice, only it is not so large, and automobilists, must look out or they will tumble overboard when taking a sharp corner.

    The Automobilist Abroad

  • German hotels catering for stranger automobilists.

    The Automobilist Abroad

  • Its churches, its belfry, its château, and its museum are the chief sights for tourists -- automobilists and others.

    The Automobilist Abroad

  • To climb mountains in an automobile appealed to us as a sport not yet banal or overdone, and since Switzerland -- so hospitable to most classes of tourists -- was treating automobilists badly just at the time, we thought we would begin by making the itinerary of the

    The Automobilist Abroad

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