Origin of tonneau
Words nearby tonneau
How to use tonneau in a sentence
The fleshy woman climbed into the tonneau and held the still shrieking girl.The Campfire Girls of Roselawn|Margaret Penrose
There was a crash, and they found themselves in the bottom of the tonneau.The Girl and The Bill|Bannister Merwin
He was jolted considerably, although no particular damage was done, and got into the tonneau with a wild scramble.
Thoughtfully he tossed the two bundles of laundry into the tonneau, walked around in front and opened the bonnet.
Getting into the tonneau, Matt searched for something that would offer a clue to the mystery.
British Dictionary definitions for tonneau
- a detachable cover to protect the rear part of an open car when it is not carrying passengers
- a similar cover that fits over all the passenger seats, but not the driver's, in an open vehicle