a removable seat designed to hold a small child safely while riding in an automobile and that usually attaches to a standard seat with hooks or straps.
a removable cushion or pad for a driver or passenger to sit on while traveling by automobile, to give extra height or comfort.
Kenneth had lighted his cigar and was lying back against the cushion of the car-seat.
Empire Builders Francis Lynde
That’s the number of hours you’re going to sit here on a car-seat, is it?
Glory and the Other Girl Annie Hamilton Donnell
Then she stepped up to the car-seat, as slowly and deliberately as a sovereign stepping up to her throne.
The Prairie Mother Arthur Stringer
He rested his pad on the car-seat and began to write, but Miss Morgan intruded herself in the first line.
The Candidate Joseph Alexander Altsheler
As he began to realize it all and to think how terrible was this loss, he laid his head down on the car-seat before him and cried.
A Little Norsk; Or, Ol’ Pap’s Flaxen Hamlin Garland
She opened her eyes and turned them languidly as directed, but without raising her head from the back of the car-seat.
A Touch Of Sun And Other Stories Mary Hallock Foote
The young man in the gray clothes rose up, took something from under the car-seat and went out.
The Other Girls Mrs. A. D. T. Whitney
ill with carsickness. adjective nauseated from riding in a car or other vehicle adj. also car-sick, 1908, on model of seasick, from car (n.) + sick (adj.). Related: Carsickness. carsick car·sick (kär’sĭk’) adj. Suffering from motion sickness caused by travel in a motor vehicle.
a feeling of nausea and dizziness, sometimes accompanied by vomiting, as a result of the motion of the car in which one is traveling. Contemporary Examples She took the wheel, and drove until Jamie began complaining of carsickness. The Scott Sisters’ Life Sentence for $11 Constantino Diaz-Duran December 30, 2010 carsickness car·sick·ness (kär’sĭk’nĭs) n. A […]
a heavy two-wheeled vehicle, commonly without springs, drawn by mules, oxen, or the like, used for the conveyance of heavy goods. a light two-wheeled vehicle with springs, drawn by a horse or pony. any small vehicle pushed or pulled by hand. Obsolete. a chariot. to haul or convey in or as if in a cart […]
Sir George Étienne [zhawrzh ey-tyen] /ʒɔrʒ eɪˈtyɛn/ (Show IPA), 1814–73, Canadian political leader: prime minister 1857–62, defense minister 1867–73. Jacques [zhahk] /ʒɑk/ (Show IPA), 1491–1557, French navigator and explorer of Canada: discovered the St. Lawrence River. Contemporary Examples Kate wore a gold shamrock Cartier brooch pinned to her chest. More Kids Planned Kate? No, One […]