What is another word for horsecar?

Pronunciation: [hˈɔːskɑː] (IPA)

Horsecar, a type of rail vehicle that is horse-drawn, has gone out of use in most parts of the world due to the advent of more faster and efficient modes of transportation. However, there are still several synonyms or alternative ways to refer to this classic mode of transportation. Some of the most common synonyms include horse-drawn tram, streetcar, trolley, and cable car. While these terms may not be used interchangeably, they all refer to a type of public transport service that existed before the modern era of automobiles, buses, and subway systems. Regardless of the term used, the horsecar remains an integral part of transportation history.

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What are the hypernyms for Horsecar?

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What are the hyponyms for Horsecar?

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Usage examples for Horsecar

Now and then he heard the jingle of a horsecar and the ring of hoofs on the freezing pavement, or saw the lonely figure of a policeman eclipsing the illumination of the plate-glass windows on the opposite side of the street.
"The Greater Inclination"
Edith Wharton
He has so far thrown himself out of relation with American life that he describes a Boston horsecar or a New York hotel table with a sort of amused wonder.
"Brief History of English and American Literature"
Henry A. Beers
Alma eats at her house and practises at her house and when she stays too late to catch the horsecar she sleeps there-same as she did last night.
"Honor: A Play in Four Acts"
Hermann Sudermann

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