Meaning of “brougham” in the English Dictionary

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"brougham" in British English

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broughamnoun [ C ]

uk /bruːm/ us /bruːm/

Examples from literature

  • A brougham and pair of grays, under the glare of a gas-lamp, stood before the doctor's door. 
  • He ordered his brougham, but almost immediately countermanded the order. 
  • She drove down to meet him in the little brougham that was now established in the stables. 
  • She waited on the pavement for her brougham to come up. 
  • The doctor's brougham, coming at full speed, drew up suddenly at the door. 

(Definition of “brougham” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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