brougham brougham  /b ˈru ɡəm/


  1. (n) light carriage; pulled by a single horse
  2. (n) a sedan that has no roof over the driver's seat


  1. Stately President Ellen Fitz Pendleton and her electric brougham were succeeded by trim Mildred McAfee Horton and her Pontiac.
  2. The families watched the two take off from Fort Worth a fortnight ago, in a rebuilt Ryan brougham which had flown 50,000 mi.



  1. Mr Salmond added: "It has been home to some of Scotland's great thinkers such as David Hume and Henry Brougham. Despite the square's long and rich history, this is the first time the garden gates have been open to the public."
    on Sep 10, 2008 By: Alex Salmond Source: BBC News

  2. "Dr. Brougham is more qualified to call herself a Taiwanese than anyone in Taiwan," Ma said.
    on May 28, 2010 By: Ma Ying-jeou Source: Focus Taiwan News Channel

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