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- n. A building in which a horse and carriage is stored, separate from the house.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. a small building usually near a large residence or part of an estate, used for keeping coaches, carriages, or other vehicles; -- also called coach house. It is now (1998) obsolescent and its function has been taken over by the garage, which is usually attached to a residence or main building. Carriage houses are still found on older estates, though not usually used for their original purpose.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a small building for housing coaches and carriages and other vehicles
It was a carriage house apartment, and he had spent many contented hours there — contented, that is, until the unfortunate advent of Bootsie.
She was feeling claustrophobic at Eli's carriage house apartment — watching the evidence techs start to dismantle the room — when she remembered Louis's name from the Fair Election Fund.
However-I gave my skirt a last whack, the final bit of dried mud dropped away, and I pronounced it clean enough - however, I did not believe any of those things had anything to do with why the carriage house out back was locked up tight, probably empty and certainly dusty.
A hand-lettered sign on the carriage house reads EMPIRE INTERACTIVE.
Her second-floor apartment occupied a carriage house behind an old mansion, and she rushed upstairs to hug Bootsie, her adored animal companion, while Qwilleran brought up her luggage.
The carriage house happened to be only a few blocks from where her parents lived on Crocus Hill—easy walking distance.
At the back of the house, the drive continued to a carriage house where my father had kept his motorcars.
Polly's apartment occupied a carriage house behind one of the mansions — within walking distance of the public library — and she was assured of a leasehold.
I followed him up the South Hill to his house, but after we parked he led me away from the main house to the small carriage house in back, where he was living.