The tail fins of a 1959 pink Cadillac.
The definition of a Cadillac is a car brand produced by General Motors, or something that is the highest quality of its kind.
An example of a Cadillac is the most expensive and well made designer bag on the market.
Informal something that is the most luxurious or highest quality of its kind
Origin of Cadillac; from Cadillac, trademark for a luxury automobile, after Cadillac
1658?-1730; Fr. explorer in America
- A brand of luxury automobile, now part of the General Motors group
- By extension, any brand that represents the most luxurious or highest quality example in its class
- A surname.
- An urban area in Quebec, Canada
- A commune in the Gironde department, in France
- A city in the U.S. state of Michigan
- A mountain in the U.S. state of Maine
- A village in Saskatchewan, Canada