Synonyms of 'carriage'
1 vehicleDictionary, coach, trap
He followed in an open carriage drawn by six grey horses.
2 coachDictionary, car (US , Canadian)
Our railway carriage was full of drunken football fans.
3 transportationDictionary, transport, delivery
It costs £10.86 for one litre, including carriage.
4 bearingDictionary, posture, gait
Her legs were long and fine, her hips slender, her carriage graceful.
related phobia amakaphobia
subject word lists:Carriages and carts
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If you say that someone or something has a particular air, you mean that they give this general impression.
The meal gave the occasion an almost festive air.
Someone's bearing is the way in which they move or stand.
She later wrote warmly of his bearing and behaviour.
Thesaurus for carriage from the Collins English Thesaurus
A carriage is an old-fashioned vehicle, usually for a small number of passengers, which is pulled by horses .