Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of curricle.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • This ended the business, and the whole party, in curricles, on horseback, or on foot, departed from the Grove.

    Camilla: or, A Picture of Youth

  • This ended the business, and the whole party, in curricles, on horseback, or on foot, departed from the Grove.

    Camilla

  • If you go to the house of an Indian gentleman now, he does not say, “Bring more curricles,” like the famous Nabob of Stanstead Park.

    The Newcomes

  • His carriage could barely move, so clogged were the streets with hackney coaches and chariots, phaetons, curricles, and sedan chairs.

    THE DIAMOND

  • His carriage could barely move, so clogged were the streets with hackney coaches and chariots, phaetons, curricles, and sedan chairs.

    THE DIAMOND

  • His carriage could barely move, so clogged were the streets with hackney coaches and chariots, phaetons, curricles, and sedan chairs.

    THE DIAMOND

  • The curricles reached the Hall well in advance of the rest of the party.

    The Perfect Lover

  • For years only shabby hacks had been seen on the streets of Paris, and now suddenly the roadway was crowded with elegant landaus, phaetons, barouches and curricles.

    Tales of Passion, Tales of Woe

  • For years only shabby hacks had been seen on the streets of Paris, and now suddenly the roadway was crowded with elegant landaus, phaetons, barouches and curricles.

    Tales of Passion, Tales of Woe

  • Another hundred yards to gol Grit she hung on but, with a tremendous surge of pow the greys shot forward at the last moment and their heads were well ahead as both curricles crossed finishing line to the sound of enthusiastic cheers.

    The Outrageous Dowager

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