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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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n. - A light four-wheel horse-drawn ceremonial carriage; A two-wheeled horse-drawn battle vehicle v. - Ride in a horse-drawn ceremonial carriage; Transport in a horse-drawn ceremonial carriage.

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  • Chariots were built in Mesopotamia by the Mesopotamians as early as 3000 BC and in China during the 2nd millennium BC.
  • The military use of the chariot is a topic badly in need of a definitive analysis.
  • Verily now, your majesty, the word chariot is a mere empty sound.
  • When day came on we found that this was a great mountain which they called the chariot of the gods. " for more
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