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- n. Plural form of motor car.
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Ever, day and night, the motor cars honked up and down the gravelled drives.
Vauxhall and Austin motor cars parked in the streets, and politicians telling people to buy British, and the North British Insurance Company, and Tattersalls, and bank clerks in the hotel listening to 'Itma'.
Strings of motorways wound through cities strewn about the globe’s surface, motor cars streaming along umpteen-lane highways that melded, parted, and emptied themselves into the misty distance where still more cities sprawled.
“IOPENED MY WINDOW wide and realized that it was the chatter of a machine gun; then I saw an incredible sight—all the well-dressed Nevsky crowd running for their lives down the Mikhailovskaya Street, and a stampede of motor cars and sledges—to escape from the machine guns which never stopped firing.”