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- n. A small landau
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A small landau.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A form of coupé or one-seated carriage with a landau top. Also called demi-landau.
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Within three minutes every inch of the landaulet, front, back, and side, was occupied by a man — a man trying to construct a sentence clever enough to find its way to Caroline through the stream of conversation.
But it was soft enough and smile enough to make a pair of young men in cutaway coats hurry over, to pull their high hats off their wetted, iridescent hair; to bring them, flustered and bowing, to the edge of her landaulet, where her lavender gloves gently touched their gray ones.
In the centre of her landaulet sat the lady in black and lavender, chatting pleasantly first with one, then with another of that fortunate few in cutaways who had found their way to speaking distance in the first rush.
And these two were presently joined by another, and then two more, until there was a rapidly swelling crowd around the landaulet.
Then it was that Merlin perceived an open landaulet of deepest crimson, with handsome nickel trimmings, glide slowly up to the curb and come to a stop.
'Lazarus handed over the bill of sale for the landaulet. \par
The taxicab was a Ford landaulet like his own, but in much worse condition.
Instead he stayed home, did his own cooking, caught up on chores, did mechanical work on his landaulet and cleaned and polished it, and wrote a long letter to his Tertius family. \par
Stanhopes a cab; two cabs a landaulet and pair; and so on up to the state-coach; and as their numerical relation, so is the degree of respect they may justly exact.
Now, if she wished me to be light-headed, why did she order a landaulet?