Char--banc, shar′-a-bang, n. a long light vehicle with transverse seats.
In some models these seats stretch back throughout the length of the carriage, in which case it is a char--banc.
Here comes a family of peasants on an old broken down char- banc.
I remember his having come on foot, and hearing that I should not require my char--banc to return, he engaged it.
Mavriky Nikolaevitch and Gaganov arrived on the spot in a smart char--banc with a pair of horses driven by the latter.
The tide was high, and the ragged rocks of the banc des Violets in the south and the Corbiore in the west were all but hidden.
The following morning at nine oclock I set out in tolerable weather on a char--banc, drawn by two horses of the country.
From the French banc we borrowed the word to use in the old expression a "bank of oars."
If always sitting among associates in banc, their incompetence would be shielded, he said, by their abler brethren.
She would often ride over on horseback or drive in the char--banc to see us, and would spend whole days with me and my father.