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wagonette

[ wag-uh-net ]
/ ˌwæg əˈnɛt /
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noun
a light, four-wheeled carriage, with or without a top, having a crosswise seat in front and two lengthwise seats facing each other at the back.
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Origin of wagonette

First recorded in 1855–60; wagon + -ette
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British Dictionary definitions for wagonette

wagonette

waggonette

/ (ˌwæɡəˈnɛt) /

noun
a light four-wheeled horse-drawn vehicle with two lengthwise seats facing each other behind a crosswise driver's seat
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