from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A closed four-wheeled carriage with an open driver's seat in front.
- n. An automobile with an open driver's seat.
- n. An electrically powered automobile resembling a coupé.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A four-wheeled horse-drawn carriage, designed in 1839. It had an open seat for the driver in front of the closed cabin for two or four passengers.
- n. An automobile, a sedan without a roof over the driver's seat.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A light, enclosed carriage, with seats inside for two or four, and the fore wheels so arranged as to turn short.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A four-wheeled close carriage, with one or two horses, and adapted to carry either two or four persons.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a sedan that has no roof over the driver's seat
- n. light carriage; pulled by a single horse
Will you come out with me now – my brougham will be at the door directly – and I'll take you to a confectioner and let you choose for yourself?
The brougham was a token of harmony, of the fine conditions papa would this time offer: he had usually come for her in a hansom, with a four-wheeler behind for the boxes.
I am not the first doctor who has coined his brougham at night.
He smokes almost incessantly … It is now no uncommon thing to see a man in evening dress smoking in a brougham with a lady on their way to opera, theatre, or dinner engagement.
I stopped the carriage, got out, and, after a few minutes 'conversation, persuaded two of the public women to get into the brougham with me.
I was in my brougham, driving through the streets.
We followed him to a brougham carriage waiting at the curb.
Though I wailed and screamed, kicked and punched, they separated us, throwing me into the brougham carriage, which took off at once for police headquarters.
The Fedex brougham will be dispatched forthwith to deliver once destinations are confirmed.
Ellen, absorbed with the scene as it played out—the manservant bowing, his oblivious master ignoring both the courtesy and the man as he climbed into the brougham—fumbled with the laces of her dress.