Crossword clues for couchette
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
n. 1 A compartment on a passenger train having berths for sleeping. 2 A berth in such a compartment.
n. a compartment on a European passenger train; contains 4 to 6 berths for sleeping
Usage examples of "couchette".
Lloyd complained, and struggled up off the couchette to pick up the phone.
Graham slumped on to the nearest couchette and rubbed his hands over his face.
Kolchinsky pointed to a strip of plywood covering the area from the bottom of the couchette to the carpet.
She was curled up on the couchette, her knees drawn up to her chest, her right hand trailing on the carpet.
She climbed on to the couchette and turned the attache case round to face her.
She jumped off the couchette and pulled out her Beretta, aiming it at the doorway.
It was unlocked from the other side and Kyle opened it to reveal Graham bound and gagged on the couchette opposite the door, and Hendrique standing over him holding a Franchi Spas shotgun inches from his chest.
Kyle, his face twisted in pain, manacled her hands behind her back then shoved her roughly on to the couchette beside Graham.
Werner said, then entered his own compartment where he tossed his homburg on to one of the couchettes, then unbuttoned his overcoat and laid it neatly on the overhead rack.
Hendrique was sitting on one of the couchettes methodically cleaning the components of his Desert Eagle automatic with a strip of cloth.
Twenty minutes later, when thelights dimmed and an attendant came round with covers and all the couchettes tipped back, ZeeZee and Katia ended up under the same blanket.
Ce roi bon bourgeois aimait mieux la Bastille avec une chambrette et une couchette.