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town car

an automobile having an enclosed rear seat separated by a glass partition from the open driver's seat.
Origin of town car
First recorded in 1915-20 Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2018.
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  • They parked behind Musso and Frank and let the valet park the town car.


    Cory Doctorow
  • Mr. Furnay called at the Watts place in his town car, driven by a small, dark and taciturn chauffeur named Bivins.

    Clean Break Roger Dee
  • So they got themselves out across the sidewalk and ultimately into Desboro's town car, which was waiting, as usual.

    The Business of Life Robert W. Chambers
  • Now as they crowded into the Mason town car and were whisked away to the big Mason home, they compared notes on their visits.

  • His Excellency's town car, that had been standing in front of the open garage doors, leaped into life.

    The Radiant Shell Paul Ernst
  • I saw a man jump out of your town car and run south on Connecticut Avenue.

    The Radiant Shell Paul Ernst

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