brougham (brm, brəm, brōm, brōəm)
1. A closed four-wheeled carriage with an open driver's seat in front.
2. An automobile with an open driver's seat.
3. An electrically powered automobile resembling a coupé.
[After Henry Peter Brougham, First Baron Brougham and Vaux (1778-1868), Scottish-born jurist.]
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