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Long way to go?
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Alternative clues for the word limousine
Word definitions for limousine in dictionaries
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Word definitions in Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
noun COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS ■ ADJECTIVE black ▪ At the door he saw out of the corner of his eye the black limousine was still there. ▪ The black limousine pulls in front of the house and waits for him. ▪ But by then, Nicolo was hurrying her down the steps, ...
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
Limousine \Li`mou*sine"\, n. [Cf. F. limousine a kind of cloak, fr. Limousin, an old province in central France.] an elongated, luxurious automobile, designed to be driven by a chauffeur and often having a glass partition between the driver's seat ...
Word definitions in WordNet
n. large luxurious car; usually driven by a chauffeur [syn: limo ]
Usage examples of limousine.
Leland Clewes and Israel Edel, the night clerk at the Arapahoe, already sitting in the back of the limousine, with a space between them for me?
Then he left, in a good deal of astrachan collar and nickel-plated limousine, and the place felt less crowded.
The last thing she heard was her father ordering Atlee to call Pelwin and have the chauffeur bring the new limousine.
When you are ready, Atlee will call Pelwin and he will bring the limousine from the garage, to take you to the Long Island dock.
Castilian descent, who had driven to the ceremony in shiny American limousines, to stocky brown Aymaran Indians from far back in the Andes mountains, who probably had come to town driving a string of llamas.
Without bothering to protest, Baraka rose and dressed, then followed Nuihc wordlessly out of the palace to the back, where they entered a limousine.
THE girl must have left the limousine before it reached Belgravia, probably giving Fleetland the excuse that she intended to do some shopping before the stores closed.
So Van slithered around Washington in a bombproof stretch limousine with smoked windows, a vehicle often used by the Secretary of State.
Leonard Colo in the rear seat of the speeding limousine, he felt only all-encompassing weariness.
Admiral Dardan asked from his place beside Drake in the back seat of the limousine.
I was at the point where I could almost tolerate Mafia dons and their peers in black limousines, but hit men, gun molls, and other riffraff were another matter.
As their limousine pulled into line to await its turn, Kit imagined the scene at the start of the Mauve Decade when the Jerome had been modern and new, when its Eastlake decor had been the height of fashion, when its elevator, its electric lights, its hot and cold running water, its indoor plumbing, and its French chef were the talk of the town.
But the discovery of the body of Professor Jukes, deserted in his limousine just beyond the city limits, created the greatest surprise.
They hired a white Cadillac limousine at McCarran International Airport, and told the driver - a breezy, tuxedoed Louisianian named Ruby - their intentions.
When Charley Winchester spotted the Gulfstream coming in over the low hills, coming down from the north, he and John Tinker Meadows got out of the cool limousine and strolled over to where the plane would stop, in front of the hangar.