from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun An Irish jaunting-car.


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  • An outside-car has its wheels practically inside the body of the vehicle, but an inside car carries its wheels outside.

    Penelope's Irish Experiences Kate Douglas Smith Wiggin 1889

  • Such was the posture of affairs until towards noon, when an outside-car came trotting quickly down the lane.

    Strangers at Lisconnel Jane Barlow 1887

  • a tramcar in his immediate rear, a cab in front of him, an outside-car and a bicycle on his right hand, and a dray laden with barrels on his left.

    Here are Ladies James Stephens 1916


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