noun, plural fi·a·cres [fee-ah-kerz, -ahks; French fya-kruh] /fiˈɑ kərz, -ˈɑks; French ˈfya krə/.
Origin of fiacre
Examples from the Web for fiacre
Historical Examples of fiacre
There was the tram line, if m'sieur did not care to take a fiacre.
To his way of thinking the behavior of the fiacre was quite unaccountable.
He then sent him on, in the carriage; and he, with the bag I have mentioned, got into the fiacre.The Room in the Dragon Volant
J. Sheridan LeFanu
From that moment all Paris was informed of the adventure of the fiacre.
He asked us to send him the first fiacre we met on our way to town.The Arrow of Gold