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brougham

1. a four-wheeled horse-drawn closed carriage having a raised open driver's seat in front
2. Obsolete a large car with an open compartment at the front for the driver
3. Obsolete an early electric car
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If you would only come back with me in my brougham, you would at least be able to soothe him, though I can hardly hope that you will be able to explain this remarkable occurrence.
There's a brougham waiting for us, Watson," said he.
I have, as you discovered last night, a window at the back of my brougham, and if you desire a twenty-mile ride which will lead you to the spot from which you started, you have only to follow me.
The daily appearance of a brougham and pair could hardly have been overlooked in such Sleepy Hollows.
A brougham was coming down it, and there could be no mistaking those gray horses.
The brougham glided up into the Strand, and turned westwards.
If I was a very good boy and took pains, and carefully mixed in the best society, I might hope in the course of years to succeed to my father's brougham, fashionably-situated house, and clumsy and expensive footman.
Sabin drove slowly down Bond Street, and was rewarded by seeing her brougham outside a famous milliner's.
In the carriage--it was a small brougham on sleigh runners--Razumov broke the silence in a voice that trembled slightly.
On getting out on the pavement Razumov saw an ungloved hand extended to him through the lowered window of the brougham.
The brougham glided away with a slight swish in the snow--he was alone on the edge of the pavement.
The ordinary London growler is considerably less wide than a gentleman's brougham.