Here came a vehicle on the otherwise empty road; our driver asked the old lady at the wheel if we could get to Kawauchi.
Another occupant of that vehicle was arrested that day on drug possession and a slew of outstanding warrants.
She says when she was dragged into a vehicle she told soldiers: "Take your hands off me."
Questlove looks out the window of the vehicle, eyeing the long line of devoted fans.
Christiansen says she was pulled over by a Border Patrol vehicle on a dirt road about two miles from her home.
An empty auto stood by the curb, but no other vehicle or person was in sight.
In the vehicle in which I drove to the station the kind man had put a basket of food.
He faced the machines and said, "Destroy the vehicle, draw in the camouflage net, prepare for take-off."
Once our vehicle entered an elevator and was let down a brief distance.
But it was scarcely loose before it jerked the reins away and bounded up to the vehicle.
1610s, "a medium through which a drug or medicine is administered," also "any means of conveying or transmitting," from French véhicule, from Latin vehiculum "means of transport, a vehicle," from vehere "to carry," from PIE *wegh- "to go, transport in a vehicle" (cf. Old English wegan "to carry;" Old Norse vegr, Old High German weg "way;" Middle Dutch wagen "wagon;" see wagon). Sense of "cart or other conveyance" first recorded 1650s.
vehicle ve·hi·cle (vē'ĭ-kəl)
A substance of no therapeutic value that is used to convey an active medicine for administration.