Carriage synonyms

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The definition of a walk is a period of movement on foot.
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An approach or policy with regard to something:
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Manner of behaving; bearing; deportment.
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In British railway cars, a half-compartment at the end, with seats on only one side
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The definition of a vehicle is a type of transportation or a way that something is conveyed.
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The process or way of managing or directing; management; handling
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A way of acting; personal, esp. customary, behavior or bearing
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Way of carrying and conducting oneself; carriage; manner; mien
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A particular way of walking, running, etc. (of a person or animal); gait; walk
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A very short distance:
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The definition of an attitude is a way of feeling or acting toward a person, thing or situation.
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The way something appears when viewed in a certain manner.
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The quality of sound reproduction with reference to the degree of the apparent reality of the sound
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The act or instance of looking:
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Something, such as molted skin, that is thrown off, out, or away.
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Any of the ways, such as a canter, trot, or walk, by which a horse can move by lifting the feet in different order or rhythm.
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The way a person or animal stands; standing posture, with special reference to placement of the feet, as the posture of a golfer, baseball batter, etc.
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A bodily attitude or position, such as one assumed for an artist or a photographer.
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The social, non-verbal behaviours (such as body language and facial expressions) that are characteristic of a person.
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Bearing of the body, especially when graceful:
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The colorless, odorless, tasteless mixture of gases that surrounds the Earth. Air consists of about 78 percent nitrogen and 21 percent oxygen, with the remaining part made up mainly of argon, carbon dioxide, neon, helium, methane, and krypton in decreasing order of volume. Air also contains varying amounts of water vapor, particulate matter such as dust and soot, and chemical pollutants.
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A historical region of southeast England. Dominated by Mercia and Wessex in Anglo-Saxon times, it was overrun by the Danes in the ninth century.
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A horse-drawn passenger vehicle
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A four-wheeled, open carriage with the seat or seats carried on a flooring of long, flexible boards whose ends rest directly on the axles
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The quantity that a cart can hold.
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An act or instance of conveying.
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A horse-drawn passenger vehicle
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A light four-wheeled wagon.
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The definition of a van is a closed truck that carries people, animals or things.
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The act of trapping a soccer ball.
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An official record or report of a minor delinquency, as in a military school; demerit
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A light, open two-wheeled vehicle accommodating only the driver and drawn by one horse, used especially in harness racing.
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A patronymic surname.
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A light, one-seated, open carriage
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(Dated, uncommon) A light, low, four-wheeled carriage with standing top, open at the sides, but with waterproof curtains for bad weather.
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A light, two-wheeled, open carriage with two seats, used in the 1800s.
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A crude cart used to carry condemned prisoners to their place of execution, as during the French Revolution.
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A horse-drawn hackney cab with four wheels, as opposed to a hansom or dogcart.
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Alternative spelling of stage-coach.
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The definition of a chariot is a carriage-like vehicle used in ancient times with two wheels and driven by horses.
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A chaise.
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A limousine with the driver's seat unenclosed
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(Uncountable) Equipment or supplies, especially military ones.
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A touring car with a folding top usually covering only the rear seat.
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A style of automobile with a similar roof.
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(Computing) An expedient, temporary solution, meant to be replaced with a more elegant solution at a later date.
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A horse-drawn passenger vehicle
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A light, four-wheeled carriage of the 19th cent. drawn by one or two horses, with front and back seats and, usually, a folding top for the front
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A light carriage with two or four low wheels and a collapsible top.
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A horse-drawn passenger vehicle
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A light two-wheeled carriage, usually with a hood that folds, drawn by one horse
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An open four-wheeled horse-drawn carriage formerly used in Russia and Poland.
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Any group of three; esp., an association of three in authority; triumvirate
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A four-wheeled carriage with a collapsible top, two double seats inside opposite each other, and a box seat outside in front for the driver.
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A light, two-wheeled carriage drawn by two horses side by side
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(Uncountable) The way a device or system operates.
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The right or appropriate place:
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A light automotive transport or delivery vehicle.
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The definition of baggage is an abstract thing or idea which weighs upon a person, and ends up obstructing or inhibiting him.
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Anything one has to bear or put up with; heavy load, as of work, duty, responsibility, or sorrow
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Execution is defined as the process of putting someone to death, or the way a plan is carried out.
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​The foremost side of something or the end that faces the direction it normally moves.
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A movement, or movements collectively, of the body, or of part of the body, to express or emphasize ideas, emotions, etc.
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The definition of a load is something that a person, animal or thing is carrying.
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(Obsolete) A wanton; one given to unbecoming conduct.
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A carriage with three or four wheels and often having a retractable hood, that is pushed while walking to transport a infant or young child.
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A ship or aircraft used to transport troops or military equipment.
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The act of transporting, or the state of being transported; conveyance, often of people, goods etc.
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The passage of a smaller celestial body or its shadow across the disk of a larger celestial body.
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The event of changing one's residence.
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A wheeled chair for the transport of a baby or infant.
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A four-wheeled carriage, often having a retractable hood, that is pushed while walking to transport an infant or young child.
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A surveyor's instrument for measuring distances, consisting of a wheel that rolls over the ground, along with a clockwork apparatus and a dial plate upon which the distance travelled is shown by an index.
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(Nautical, historical) A similar barge used as platform for cannons in shallow waters which seagoing warships cannot enter.
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A handcart.
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(UK) A small carriage in which a baby or child is pushed around; a stroller
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A person or thing that pushes
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A road vehicle that carries passengers; a motorcar or automobile.
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A carriage used in Turkey and Asia Minor drawn by horses or oxen.
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Alternative form of britchka.
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A horse-drawn, and then later, motorized omnibus with open sides, and often, no roof.
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A closed, four-wheeled carriage with seats for four inside and a seat for the driver outside
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A horse-drawn carriage, used primarily in Egypt and India, often as a cab.
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(Obsolete) A two-wheeled cart used in Asia.
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(Obsolete) A one-horse, two-wheel chaise or buggy, with or without a movable top.
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A cart designed to be drawn by an ox or oxen.
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A light, open carriage drawn by one horse, with two low wheels and one seat, popular in 19th-cent. England and the U.S.
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A fast coach drawn by four horses.
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An Italian four-wheeled carriage, especially one let for hire; a hackney coach.
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A light, open, four-wheeled carriage with two seats set lengthwise facing each other behind the driver's seat
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An appearance or aspect.
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A place where data can pass into or out of a central processing unit, computer, or peripheral. With central processing units, a port is a fixed set of connections for incoming and outgoing data or instructions. With computers and peripherals, a port is generally a socket into which a connector can be plugged.
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