What is another word for wagons-lits?

5 synonyms found


[ wˈaɡənzlˈɪts], [ wˈaɡənzlˈɪts], [ w_ˈa_ɡ_ə_n_z_l_ˈɪ_t_s]

"Wagons-lits" is a term used to describe sleeping cars or compartments in trains. Some synonyms for this term are sleeping carriages, sleeper cars, berths, overnight coaches, and slumber coaches. Sleeping compartments in a train are designed to provide passengers with a comfortable sleeping experience while traveling. They typically come equipped with a bunk or two, a washbasin, and a toilet. Many trains these days also offer amenities such as Wi-Fi, snacks, and drinks. The term "Wagons-lits" is often associated with luxury train travel and has a romantic appeal to it. Regardless of the terminology used, a sleeping compartment on a train remains a cozy and memorable way to experience a journey.

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The Wagon-Lits were a group of influential twentieth century painters who combined Expressionism and Post-Painterly Realism. Formed in 1927, the group consisted of Wassily Kandinsky, Paul Klee, Emil Nolde, and Robert Delaunay. They were known for their use of light and color, and their works usually depicted landscapes, still lifes, and portraits.

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