Definition of carriage
- that slender unrigid erectness and the fine carriage of head
- —Willa Cather
- a typewriter carriage
They rode to the city in carriages.
I took the baby to the park in the carriage.
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: a large vehicle with four wheels that is pulled by a horse and that carries people
: a wheeled structure that is used to carry and move something heavy (such as a large gun)
: a separate section of a train
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