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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of brougham

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Derived Form of brougham

plural: broughams
light carriage; pulled by a single horse
Type ofcarriage, equipage, rig,
a sedan that has no roof over the driver's seat
Type ofsedan,

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  1. known as the Brougham. Well I looked up the Brougham on Wikipedia and this is what I found.
  2. and it was named after this politician Lord Brougham, Henry Peter Brougham
  3. she had driven up by the road in his brougham, bringing their little boy to have a last look
  4. brougham had been sent away to a by-street, as it blocked up the road; so he sat on a
  5. technology was in 1957 in the Cadillac Brougham limousine.
  6. a grey 1991 Cadillac Brougham.
  7. Cadillac Brougham, four door!
  8. road from a place called, in Roman times, it was called Bracavum, which is today Brougham,
  9. So even though Brougham is spelled b r o u g h a m, it is pronounced as brohm.
  10. to say that's when this particular Brougham was built that we're working on, but this
  11. So this Brougham that I worked on back thirty thirty-five years ago was a
  12. Well these wheels. or the remnants of these wheels, are off of a Brougham that's
  13. On the other side is Henry Brougham,
  14. Bentham tried to persuade with Henry Brougham
  15. Brougham however declined to appoint Bowring.
  16. Bentham became upset about the way in which Brougham
  17. >> Bentham complained that on 19th of December 1825, Brougham
  18. Brougham responded that if the proprietors had been left
  19. Brougham wheels that were designed in the early 1830's
  20. by this Lord Brougham.