carrousel

[kar-uh-sel, -zel; kar-uh-sel, -zel]
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noun


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Historical Examples of carrousel

  • He passed through the court-yard of the Tuileries into the Carrousel.

    Louis Philippe

    John S. C. (John Stevens Cabot) Abbott

  • The front of the column is in the Carrousel, parleying with the Swiss Guards.

    The Countess of Charny

    Alexandre Dumas (pere)

  • I saw you, too, general; you were reading the inscription on the arch of the Carrousel.

    The Companions of Jehu

    Alexandre Dumas, pre

  • They began to converse with some sequence only after they had passed the door of the Carrousel.

    Two banks of the Seine

    Fernand Vandrem

  • As soon as she was out of the Carrousel she was unable to remain serious any longer.

    Two banks of the Seine

    Fernand Vandrem


British Dictionary definitions for carrousel

carrousel

noun

a variant spelling of carousel
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Word Origin and History for carrousel
n.

variant of carousel.

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