According to police, a witness saw two people leaving the car, indicating there may be more than one suspect in the case.
With Christopher in the car, Styers picked up his good friend Roger Scott.
A car mechanic who goes by the name “Big Perm” said he noticed a change in the neighborhood.
He meets Mike with his getaway bag and car out in a beautiful park.
Home visits necessitate a phone, car, fuel, and someone who can drive.
“You can get about the country pretty quickly in that car,” I said.
And peers give way, exalted as they are, Even to their own s-r-v-ance in a car?
Major Phillips was welcomed with both hands and tucked into the car.
I saw my cousin seated in the car by the side of Miss Edith.
Adele took the girl's feet and drew them down to the step of the car.
c.1300, "wheeled vehicle," from Anglo-French carre, Old North French carre, from Vulgar Latin *carra, related to Latin carrum, carrus (plural carra), originally "two-wheeled Celtic war chariot," from Gaulish karros, a Celtic word (cf. Old Irish and Welsh carr "cart, wagon," Breton karr "chariot"), from PIE *krsos, from root *kers- "to run" (see current (adj.)).
"From 16th to 19th c. chiefly poetic, with associations of dignity, solemnity, or splendour ..." [OED]. Used in U.S. of railway carriages by 1826; extension to "automobile" is by 1896. Car bomb first 1972, in reference to Northern Ireland. The Latin word also is the source of Italian and Spanish carro, French char.