John ordered his phaeton, and his wife went to her room to prepare for the trip, and to regret her own resolution.
He had been a tailor in his time, and had kept a phaeton, he said.
"No; you are to do Mr. Chase's," Dolly called back from the phaeton.
Do you think the ancient Greeks really believed the story of phaeton?
But naturally neither Flicit nor Miss Pollikett could answer this question; they had not followed the phaeton.
Since that time phaeton has got into the chariot of the sun; we, alas!
"There's an easy way to punish him, whoever he was," said phaeton, who had come in in time to hear most of our conversation.
I'm going to have a horse and phaeton for your exclusive use.
After luncheon Perrine gave the order to Bastien for the phaeton with old Coco to be at the door.
Advertise for a gentleman's pony-horse and phaeton and harness complete.
type of light four-wheeled carriage, 1742, from French (1735), from Greek Phaethon name of the son of Helios and Clymene, who tried to drive his father's sun-chariot but crashed after almost setting fire to the whole earth. His name is literally "shining," from phaein "to shine, gleam," from phaos "light" (see fantasy). Earlier as a name for a reckless driver (1590s).