Examples of limousine in a Sentence
The bride and groom rode in a limousine from the church to the reception hall.
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Imagine instead an autonomous limousine, a self-piloting dreadnaught of a car, with an interior like a private jet.
Prosecutors allege that the limousine was damaged by the group charged with rioting but set on fire by another group later in the day.
At that time, the license restricted him to driving a black car or limousine, not a yellow cab.
Trump is popular in the state, having won in 2016 with 58 percentage points compared with Hillary Clinton's 40 percentage points, and was hailed by Bryant, who greeted him at the airport and rode with him in the presidential limousine.
The festivities started with the dessert party which gathered eighth grade girls, with the boys showing up -- one group in a limousine hired by a dad -- about an hour later to join the young ladies.
Ultimately, studio lawyers and executives, including now-CEO Kevin Tsujihara, flew into the country and, shuttled around in limousines paid for by the government, met with Key and other top officials.
Black limousines pulled up at the inner gate, drivers opened the back doors, and dark-suited men with briefcases strode through the security station, past the Lenin statue and into the building.
At Grassy Key, the road was blocked by a long black limousine that had to be moved aside by Monroe County Fire Rescue.
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Origin and Etymology of limousine
First Known Use: 1902See Words from the same year
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