Had he lived now, he might have sported a hunter for himself, and set up a jaunting-car for his daughter.
The small bags and bundles were put in the well of the jaunting-car.
At last, the fat gentleman came up on a jaunting-car, followed by a groom leading the cob.
Laughing, I summon a jaunting-car and go to buy my ticket homeward.
The Irish jaunting-car is a peculiar institution, and we all sat with our legs dangling over the road in a "dim and perilous way."
And, now I think of it, perhaps the climate explains the jaunting-car.
(aside) That voice would wheedle the bird off the bush—and when she'd prefar me to the jaunting-car, can I but listen to her?
It was with surprise not altogether devoid of shame that he saw my father descend from the jaunting-car to salute him.
Just as they neared the church, what should they see but Grannie Malone, coming in grandeur, riding on a jaunting-car!
The Irish jaunting-car, being the most inconvenient and detestable vehicle on earth, deserves a description.