verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
Origin of chariot
Examples from the Web for chariot
And a man who then demonstrated that a wheelchair can be a chariot.How Brooklyn’s First Ice Cream Girl Fought City Hall–and Won|Michael Daly|October 13, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Apart from theatrical representations and gladiatorial combats, the Romans had an inordinate passion for chariot races.Architecture|Thomas Roger Smith
To-morrow morning we will come back to fetch the chariot: now, forward, march!Captain Fracasse|Theophile Gautier
Hastily harnessing the chariot, he led him back safely to Troy, where the body was laid upon a bed in Hector's palace.Authors of Greece|T. W. Lumb
Nestor, in the chariot of Diomede, goes against Hector, whose charioteer is slain by Diomede.
The liveried driver drew up before the hitching rack and the footmen descended from behind and opened the door of the chariot.The Stronghold|Miriam Haynie
British Dictionary definitions for chariot
Word Origin for chariot
Word Origin and History for chariot
mid-14c., from Old French charriot "wagon" (13c.), augmentative of char "car," from Late Latin carrum "chariot" (see car).