noun, plural fi·a·cres [fee-ah-kerz, -ahks; French fya-kruh]. /fiˈɑ kərz, -ˈɑks; French ˈfya krə/.
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Example sentences from the Web for fiacre
I catch a glimpse of Yvonne with six students all in one fiacre, but Yvonne has been given the most comfortable place.
You pass a student perhaps and a girl, hurrying home—a fiacre for a short distance is a luxury in the Quarter.
In Paris you may wear a blue blouse and make the turn of the Bois in a fiacre.The Complete Bachelor|Walter Germain
He, too, took a fiacre and drove at once to the apartment of Baroness Racowitz.The Secret Witness|George Gibbs
I think he'll be all right now, but if he should be worse don't leave him; send some one to this address—send a fiacre.The Open Question|Elizabeth Robins