Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A small two-wheeled carriage.

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Examples

  • Cinq-Mars, dismounting, assisted him into a kind of small and very low carriage, called a brouette, and the horses of which, very docile and quiet ones, the King himself drove.

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  • Cinq-Mars, dismounting, assisted him into a kind of small and very low carriage, called a brouette, and the horses of which, very docile and quiet ones, the King himself drove.

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  • Me (right) with Penelope Le Masson from the Red Wheelbarrow Bookstore in Paris. brouette (broo-et) noun, feminine

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  • Me (right) with Penelope Le Masson from the Red Wheelbarrow Bookstore in Paris. brouette (broo-et) noun, feminine

    French Word-A-Day:

  • Listen to my son, Max, pronounce today's word and example sentence: Download brouette. wav.

    brouette - French Word-A-Day

  • Me (right) with Penelope Le Masson from the Red Wheelbarrow Bookstore in Paris. brouette (broo-et) noun, feminine

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  • Tugging on that trademark wool cap, "Bonjour, Madame," he released his grip from a beat-up brouette.

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  • A goat man brought us firewood on this brouette, which was parked at the base of the stairs of our stone house.

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