A barouchet, corresponding to the landaulet, was also built at this time, but was never popular.
The chauffeur turned sharply, stopped, backed, and brought the landaulet around with the awkwardness of an alligator.
A voice that should have reminded him of the landaulet, but did not, caught his ear and led his eyes to the box.
As the landaulet sped toward Fifth Avenue all he saw of her was the fluttering white interrogation-mark.
"Mrs. D." said the Major—figuring her old landaulet in his mind.
But I was not alone; for close beside me stood a little French landaulet, the most immorally alluring car I had ever seen.
Now, if she wished me to be light-headed, why did she order a landaulet?
My dear sir, perhaps you yourself have planned for a landaulet this summer and an English trip.
He opened the door of the landaulet and stepped in, and as the door swung to behind him, he found he was not alone in the car.
The Applebys saw her go by every day, in a landaulet with liveried chauffeur and footman.