a portable clock, usually in a rectangular case with a handle on the top, of a type originally used by travellers
This handle is retained in the carriage clock of to-day—a clock which finds a prototype in the carriage clock of Marie Antoinette.
Chats on Old Clocks Arthur Hayden
He brought them with the carriage clock and my bag, but, of course, they were not mine.
The Master of the Ceremonies George Manville Fenn
It is a small, light compact contrivance driven by a kind of carriage clock.
Practical Cinematography and Its Applications Frederick Arthur Ambrose Talbot
A carriage clock in leather had been placed on the mantelpiece.
The Price of Love Arnold Bennett
a small portable clock in a rectangular case with a top handle, first used by travelers but now ornamental
Abraham Louis Breguet is said to have been the inventor of the carriage clock.
Dalmatian (def 3) Historical Examples It’s like shavin’ a Danish carriage-dog to change his colour. The Dop Doctor Clotilde Inez Mary Graves noun a former name for Dalmatian
a horse trained and groomed to draw carriages. Historical Examples “You might perhaps do with only one carriage-horse,” she remarked. Heart and Science Wilkie Collins The other carriage-horse was turned out to grass; being too old for regular work. Wives and Daughters Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell It is true that it is written in the style […]
coach house. Historical Examples He flew to the top of the carriage-house, and all of the doves came to meet him and kept flying around him. Harper’s Young People, January 11, 1881 Various On the carriage-house side in the sun were some chicken-coops. A Little Girl in Old New York Amanda Millie Douglas The loft […]
- Carriage line
noun another term for coach line