a railroad passenger car that has individual reserved seats and is more comfortable than a day coach.
(in the US and Canada) a comfortable railway coach with individual reserved seats
noun 1. any game usually played indoors, especially in the living room or parlor, as a word game or a quiz, requiring little or no physical activity.
noun 1. a grand piano smaller than a concert grand but larger than a baby grand.
noun 1. (especially in the 19th and early 20th centuries) a brothel with a comfortable, often elaborately decorated parlor for the reception of clients.
[pahr-ler-meyd] /ˈpɑr lərˌmeɪd/ noun 1. a who takes care of a , answers the door, waits on guests, etc.