noun cur·ri·cle \ˈkər-i-kəl, ˈkə-ri-\

Definition of CURRICLE

:  a 2-wheeled chaise usually drawn by two horses

Origin of CURRICLE

Latin curriculum running, chariot, from currere
First Known Use: 1752


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precarious Hear it
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