an automobile having an enclosed rear seat separated by a glass partition from the open driver's seat.
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How to use town car in a sentence
The title poem rushes forward with a gorgeous hydraulic motion, as if Proust had been sped up and turned into a town car.Wayne Koestenbaum’s Book Bag: The Best of the ’80s | Wayne Koestenbaum | August 13, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
I walked along the shining hoods until I came to a shabby town car at the tail of the queue.
He stepped quietly into a town car and was soon lost in midtown traffic.
On his way to take the down-town car he passed Mr. William Hazeltine's house.The Story of the Big Front Door | Mary Finley Leonard
Now as they crowded into the Mason town car and were whisked away to the big Mason home, they compared notes on their visits.Nan Sherwood's Summer Holidays | Annie Roe Carr
Karslake doubled nimbly across the street to the only vehicle in sight, an impressive Rolls-Royce town-car.Red Masquerade | Louis Joseph Vance
What she did, in the end, was to board an up-town car and throw herself on the mercy of the conductor.Dangerous Days | Mary Roberts Rinehart
Instead, they hung to a strap in a cross-town car, changed to the ferry, and again to the Long Island Railroad.The Man Who Could Not Lose | Richard Harding Davis