- a small, open, two-wheeled vehicle.
- a covered cart.
- a light, open sleigh pulled by horses or dogs, especially one used in French Canada.
Origin of cariole
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Examples from the Web for cariole
We are in a cahot and must get our cariole out of it as best we can!The Golden Dog
“All right,” said Sanford, as he moved off towards his cariole.Up The Baltic
“Well done, Alec,” said Mr Ross, as he sprang out of the cariole.Winter Adventures of Three Boys
Egerton R. Young
The rider in that cariole is so whelmed in furs as to be absolutely invisible.The Big Otter
The cariole is in form not unlike a slipper bath, both in shape and size.Hudson Bay
- a small open two-wheeled horse-drawn vehicle
- a covered cart
C19: from French carriole, ultimately from Latin carrus; see car
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