Examples of limousine in a Sentence
The bride and groom rode in a limousine from the church to the reception hall.
Recent Examples of limousine from the Web
Also on the platform was Douglas Schneider from the American embassy, with not one but two black limousines waiting outside the station.
One big one is that they are often used for limousine operations, in which massive mileage totals are racked up in a relatively short period of time, iSeeCars.com said.
The limousine was seen about 10 minutes later entering the station under a heavy security presence.
Some visitors were dropped off in limousines, others in SUVs or sedans, while others parked on the street and walked to the chapel.
Black limousines took the South Koreans to Azalea Hall in the ruling Workers’ Party headquarters, Mr. Kim’s workplace.
Those unallowable expenses included millions in lobbying for Summit (lobbying expenses can not be paid with federal funds) as well as spa service, limousines, and business-class travel.
To deepen the mystery, a motorcade of black limousines was also seen waiting at the train station.
At one point Candace bought a limousine and had it on the road for two years.
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Origin and Etymology of limousine
First Known Use: 1902See Words from the same year
LIMOUSINE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of limousine for English Language Learners
: a very large and comfortable car usually driven by a professional driver (called a chauffeur)
: a vehicle (such as a bus or van) that carries passengers to and from an airport
LIMOUSINE Defined for Kids
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