Definition of stanhope in English:

stanhope

Syllabification: stan·hope
Pronunciation: /ˈstanˌhōp, ˈstanəp
 
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noun

historical
A light open horse-drawn carriage for one person, with two or four wheels.
More example sentences
  • They found the Stanhope drawn by a big grey awaiting them.

Origin

early 19th century: named after Fitzroy Stanhope (1787–1864), an English clergyman for whom the first one was made.

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