wagonette

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wagonette

(ˌwæɡəˈnɛt) or

waggonette

n
(Automotive Engineering) a light four-wheeled horse-drawn vehicle with two lengthwise seats facing each other behind a crosswise driver's seat
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It is much more fashionable to drive a waggonette with red wheels.
I have long had the pleasure of knowing both Nicholai Ardalionovitch and his conversational methods, but this time he was not repeating something he had read; he was alluding, no doubt, to my yellow waggonette, which has, or had, red wheels.
When Colia chaffed him about his waggonette he had replied with perfect equality and in a friendly fashion.
Each time Churchill's car moved, she pursued him in her poster-decked waggonette, balancing precariously on the driver's seat and clanging the bell loudly every time his campaigning began.
Put me down for a picnic to Stanley Park in a waggonette and don't spare the horses.
In the early days, club players travelled to matches by waggonette and train
I stood up in the waggonette, which was drawn up outside the Inn, and looked through the parlour window.
Symons recalled his first journey in East Anglia in the 1830s, selling draper's goods; he still used a waggonette in 1881.
The members of a shocking accident occurred on Saturday, while a number of gentlemen connected with the Army and Navy Auxiliary Stores were making an official trial of a waggonette motorcar near Harrow.