11 adjectives to describe broughams

" I even sprang up from my chair in the very room where I had hidden Ivor, to ring for Marianne and tell her to bring me a hat and coat, to bid her order my electric brougham immediately.

For every morning, at precisely half-past nine, a smart motor-brougham arrived at the door of the private hotel and carried Rayner off Citywards; every afternoon at exactly half-past five the same conveyance brought him back.

A neat little brougham drew up beside the pavement in its turn, and into this they stepped.

During the drive to the opera house the two women in Etta's snug little brougham were silent.

The three gentlemen left at the same time, Mr. Pallinson driving away in a neat miniature brougham, after politely offering to convey his cousin's guests to their destination.

During the drive to the opera house the two women in Etta's snug little brougham were silent.

"I'm going to have a closed carriagea motor-brougham, one belonging to the hotel, so it's quite safe.

The real circumstances, then, of M. Zola's departure from France are these: On July 18, the day fixed for his second trial at Versailles, he left Paris in a livery-stable brougham hired for the occasion at a cost of fifty francs.

" Marianne, who was still smiling at the ever-motionless girls in the closed brougham, changed the subject.

It was raining as the two handsome women got into the singer's comfortable brougham.

A melancholy brougham passed up the drive.

11 adjectives to describe  broughams