stanhope

noun
stan·​hope | \ ˈsta-nəp \

Definition of stanhope

: a gig, buggy, or phaeton typically having a high seat and closed back

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Stanhope next week: Doug Stanhope headlines the Cleveland Improv also on Thursday, June 29. Michael K. Mcintyre, cleveland.com, "Hilarities hosts Ronald McDonald House fundraiser June 29, plus this week's comedy lineups," 22 June 2017

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First Known Use of stanhope

1821, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for stanhope

Fitzroy Stanhope †1864 British clergyman

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