- a limousine.
Origin of limo
1965–70 Americanism; by shortening; see -o
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Examples from the Web for limo
Hogue added: “And then he got into his limo with her and they drove off.”‘I Saved My Friend From Bill Cosby’
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A limo picked me up from my apartment in L.A. and I got put on a plane.'The Knick' Star Eve Hewson on Being Bono's Daughter and Injecting Cocaine Into Clive Owen's Penis
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In the back of a limo, wearing a plaid blazer, Quast raises his drink and says with a wink, “you stay classy, Iowa.”7 WTF Campaign Ads You Can’t Unsee, From Castrators to Alligator Wrestlers
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Doug had a limo waiting for her at the airport, flowers and champagne at the ready.Doug Kenney: The Odd Comic Genius Behind ‘Animal House’ and National Lampoon
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Limo's brother and uncle came this week from Sarebas—two fine, tall men, with only chawats and earrings by way of clothes.
Limo was delighted; she would have gone away with them in their great boat if I had allowed her.
Ambat always repeats what Limo says, so I do not know how much is her own: she is Limo's sister.
- informal short for limousine
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Word Origin and History for limo
abbreviation of limousine, by 1959, American English.
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