As the equipage passed the Baker homestead, the whole family was clustered about the gate, staring at the occupant of the wagon.
Can he give me an equipage, or any of those things which Bellarmine will make me mistress of?
Nothing could be homelier than our equipage, or more shabby than the furniture of the little apartment.
In order to that, she made an equipage far above what she could support.
The sun had risen, when the equipage that contained Louis de Montemar, ascended the mountainous heights of the Guadarama.
“Pete” himself had driven the equipage over from the livery stable.
But Paul saw nothing of this equipage; his eyes were set upon its occupant.
Passing the gateway of the courtyard, the equipage vanished in flames.
His purse, which was very dry at that moment, did not permit him any other equipage.
Still, there was none of that splendor of equipage of which I had heard so much.