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.
Origin of wagonette
First recorded in 1855–60; wagon
Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019
Examples from the Web for wagonette
Historical Examples of wagonette
At the next minute she was outside the house, standing at the back of the wagonette.
We then stepped into the wagonette which was waiting for us, and drove to Bainbridge's house.
They were quickly harnessed to the wagonette, and once more we started on our way.
Miss Bibby sighed, she knew not why, as the wagonette drove away.
What do you mean by not delivering the note I gave you from the wagonette on Thursday?
British Dictionary definitions for wagonette
a light four-wheeled horse-drawn vehicle with two lengthwise seats facing each other behind a crosswise driver's seat
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