They were within ten feet of us when I met you; they saw us drive away, called a coupé, and followed.
He came back after he had seen Madame de Clerté to her coupé!
Sir Arthur perceived Mrs. Headway and instantly gave his hand to a lady seated in the coupé.
So Mr. Howland engaged the two places in the coupé, and one on the banquette.
"Particularly in reference to places taken in the coupé," said Trevelyan, who had hardly spoken before.
The conductor of the diligence came to the door of the coupé and asked for the passports.
Alfonso jumped into a coupé, having ordered a carriage to follow him to the Grand Central Station.
First he called the names of those who were to go in the coupé.
I kissed the children, and the coupé rolled away at a sharp clip.
Mr. Belcher got into the coupé quickly, as if he were hiding from some pursuing danger.
1834, from French coupe (18c.), noun use of past participle of couper "to cut (in half);" see coup. Modern use is from early 19c. carrosse coupe "cut-off carriage," a shorter version of the berlin, minus the back seat. First applied to closed two-door automobiles 1908.