Dunst was hanging in a banquette with the designers of Rodarte.
Why, in getting up and down to and from the banquette you will have a great deal of hard climbing to do.
Reader, hast ever travelled in the banquette of a diligence?
Edna rang the bell at this side garden gate, and stood upon the banquette, waiting to be admitted.
I jumped from the banquette into a berth aboard some steamer out at sea.
He can give up his place to a lady, and can climb up into a banquette.
But the bride said that she could not possibly ride on the banquette.
Rallying on the banquette, upon the return of the others, they in turn drove the Indians out of the fort.
So Mr. Howland engaged the two places in the coupé, and one on the banquette.
On each side is a banquette, or sidewalk, ninety centimtres wide.