A four-wheeled horse-drawn carriage with a collapsible hood over the rear half, a seat in front for the driver, and seats facing each other for the passengers.
More example sentences
- The barouches, which were used by the Queen Mother, will travel north tomorrow for Royal Ascot, which this year is being held at York races.
- Brought up in the era of the barouche and accustomed to the train, Proust was amazed by the motorcar.
- So they can put you in a pony and trap, a barouche or, if you've a got a first class ticket, a sedan chair carried by a team of Iranian asylum seekers.
early 19th century: from German dialect Barutsche, from Italian baroccio, based on Latin birotus 'two-wheeled', from bi- 'having two' + rota 'wheel'.
Definition of barouche in:
- The US English dictionary