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lim·ou·sine / ˈliməˌzēn; ˌliməˈzēn/ • n. a large, luxurious automobile, esp. one driven by a chauffeur who is separated from the passengers by a partition. ∎ a similar vehicle hired to take passengers to a special event or destination. ∎  a passenger vehicle carrying people to and from an airport.

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limousine motor-car with closed body. XX. — F., f. Limousin name of a province of France; orig. caped cloak worn by natives of the province.

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