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Noun Concept
Categories: 15th-century introductions, Coaches (carriage), History of road transport, Carriages, Vehicle stubs
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coach  four-in-hand  coach-and-four  Coach-and-fours  Four-in-hand coach
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A carriage pulled by four horses with one driver WordNet 3.0
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carriage
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A carriage pulled by four horses with one driver WordNet 3.0 & Open English WordNet
A coach is a large, closed, four-wheeled, passenger-carrying vehicle or carriage usually drawn by two or more horses controlled by a coachman, a postilion, or both. Wikipedia
A Four-in-hand is any vehicle drawn by four horses driven by one person. Wikipedia
A horse-drawn vehicle Wikipedia Disambiguation
Carriage Wikidata
Large four-wheeled closed carriage used by 1: royalty or people of quality or 2: a similar plainer vehicle with seats inside and outside for public conveyance of passengers Wikidata
carriage Wikidata
A carriage drawn by four horses controlled by one driver; a coach-and-four. Wiktionary
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