The notable orators of that day were O'Connell and brougham.
But the writings of brougham do not sell; he lacks even the solace of Bolingbroke.
"No, they expect to be late," answered Mrs. brougham serenely.
The brougham was there, and away they went to Mrs. Patmore Green's.
His part in the whole matter was over when he stepped back into the brougham which she had left.
It was just like one of Tadema's pictures on the move—barring the brougham!
No doubt; but is not the responsibility the editor's, and not brougham's?
One day he consulted her about a brougham that he intended to buy as a surprise.
brougham first turned aside their repugnance by telling them what Bacon knew, that "knowledge is power."
She drank the coffee and ate the biscuits, while waiting for the brougham she had ordered.
1851, one-horse closed carriage with two or four wheels, for two or four persons, from first Lord Brougham (1778-1868). The family name is from a place in Westmoreland.