- cabrillo, juan rodríguez,
- cabrini, saint frances xavier,
Origin of cabriolet
Examples from the Web for cabriolet
(A more upscale version, the cabriolet, or “cab,” was later imported from France).
The fruiterer's daughter was putting into the cabriolet a parcel belonging to Georges at the moment of his arrest.Memoirs of Napoleon Bonaparte, Complete|Louis Antoine Fauvelet de Bourrienne
At this moment two persons, who had come from Paris in a cabriolet, alighted at the door of the shop.The Mysteries of Paris, Volume 1 of 6|Eugne Sue
A seedy-looking 248 cabriolet and horse to match are abominations not to be endured.Coaching, with Anecdotes of the Road|William Pitt Lennox
We will hire a cabriolet, and keep it, so that we can return when we choose.My Neighbor Raymond (Novels of Paul de Kock Volume XI)|Charles Paul de Kock
Can I earn a handsome livelihood out of all this—wear kid gloves, and set up a cabriolet?
Word Origin for cabriolet
"light two-wheeled chaise," 1766, from French cabriolet (18c.), derivative of cabriole (see cab). So called from its light, leaping motion.