Synonyms of 'carriage'
He followed in an open carriage drawn by six grey horses.
one of the sections of a train for passengersOur railway carriage was full of football fans.
the charge made for conveying goodsIt costs £10.86 for one litre, including carriage.
the way a person holds and moves his or her head and bodyHer legs were long and fine, her hips slender, her carriage graceful.
related phobia amakaphobia
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in the sense of air
a distinctive quality, appearance, or mannerThe meal gave the occasion an almost festive air.
in the sense of cab
a taxiWe'd better take a cab to the station.
in the sense of car
a railway carriageTour buses have replaced railway cars.
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