(A more upscale version, the cabriolet, or “cab,” was later imported from France).
Peggy clung to her without replying, and then quietly took her place in the cabriolet beside the nurse.
Who addresses me thus, at the very top of his voice from the height of his cabriolet?
I seated myself in a cabriolet early this morning, to make a wider excursion than usual.
I hired here, at a good price, a Hindu cabriolet, from a Kachmyrian.
My eldest daughter and I were in the cabriolet, the rest of the family in the coach, Antoine on the coachman's seat.
With that he sprang into the cabriolet without waiting for a reply.
It only remained for us to unharness our horse, whom we found on the ground beside the cabriolet.
What's this heavy old coach with a cabriolet over the rumble?
Lunel ran behind the cabriolet, consigning to the devil the strangers who were responsible for his master's taking his nag.