English words and Examples of Usage

use "carriage" in a sentence

Someone ran up and down the carriage trying to get near the front.

The railway carriage style cabins drip opulence with service to match.

Apparently hoverboards fall under the "carriage of any description" clause.

Those added expenses would put a carriage ride out of reach for most visitors.

He had to go two stations away from Moscow and then some three miles by carriage.

The Queen herself used to ride on horseback until she changed to carriage in the 1980s.

The other dead passenger, a woman, was reportedly found at the other end of the carriage.

It was not immediately clear if both workers were inside the lift's carriage at the time.

In the train carriage, Stone was the first to act, jumping up at the command of Skarlatos.

The affected carriage was taken out of use, with passengers being moved to another carriage.

Among them was a replica of the Royal carriage which took Queen Victoria to Scotland in 1869.

Under airlines’ contracts of carriage, you aren’t guaranteed a specific seat, just transportation.

Ms Risacher applied a tourniquet with a scarf and ran to the next carriage for help but found none.

The royal family attend the meeting, arriving each day in a horse drawn carriage.

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