"loose-box" Definition

  1. a brougham or other vehicle kept for the use of a _dame de compagnie_. A more vulgar appellation is “mot-cart,” the contemptuous sobriquet applied by the envious mob to a one-horse covered carriage.
  2. a stable in which a horse is not tethered, but remains loose.

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Position in the dictionary: 2056 of 4022 slang words.
Next words in the dictionary: loose., loot, lop-sided, lope, lord, lord-mayor’s-fool, lothario, loud, lour, louse-trap
Previous words in the dictionary: loony, looking-glass, longs-and-shorts, longs, long-tails, long-tailed-one, long-tailed beggar, long-shore butcher, long-odds, long-hundred

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