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  • n. Plural form of landaulet.


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  • Newmarket suffers no qualms of that kind; and, when his matters there are settled, his coachmaker's bill for landaulets and britchskas will make him a pedestrian for the rest of his life.

    Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 58, Number 358, August 1845

  • My "day" in this aristocratic section is Thursday, and Tokudo this afternoon admitted callers from seven closed cars, two landaulets, three Detroit electrics and one hired taxi.

    The Prairie Child

  • They corresponded to the limousines and landaulets of the cities.

    A Minstrel in France

  • "Landaulettes (or landaulets) were uniquely elegant, chauffeur-driven automobiles that featured tops that could be folded down over the rear seats," the museum's description of the display states. - Latest News

  • Behind it is another, and another, and another, until six in all are in sight; and as they flash past one has a glimpse, on the seats of the landaulets, of a number of men in long cloaks and helmets; big and little men; fat men and sharp-featured; elderly men and young men, and particularly of one man, in the second car from the front, who looks straight ahead of him and is not interested in the chatter of his companions.

    The Best Short Stories of 1919 and the Yearbook of the American Short Story


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