Origin of palanquin
OTHER WORDS FROM palanquinpal·an·quin·er, pal·an·keen·er, nounpal·an·quin·ing·ly, pal·an·keen·ing·ly, adverb
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How to use palanquin in a sentence
I was overpowered by feelings of the most disagreeable kind the first time I used a palanquin.
A handsomely ornamented boat awaited us at the bank of the river, and on the other side a palanquin.
For a palanquin, it is necessary to engage eight bearers, besides several for the luggage.
After a while she grew nervous, for she was all alone, and put her head out of the palanquin and looked about her.The Olive Fairy Book|Various
Doa Laura had stepped into her palanquin, which was immediately closed upon her.The Guide of the Desert|Gustave Aimard