Whitechapel cart

noun White·chap·el cart \ˈhwītˌchapəl- also ˈwī-\
variants: or

Whitechapel

Definition of Whitechapel cart

plural

-s

  1. :  a light 2-wheeled spring cart used especially for family or light delivery service

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Origin and Etymology of whitechapel cart

from Whitechapel, district of eastern London, England


First Known Use: 1839


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