Roadster meaning

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An often roofless or convertible automobile having a single seat in the front for two or three people and a rumble seat or luggage compartment in the back.
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A sports car.
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An earlier type of open automobile with a single seat for two or three persons, a fabric top, and a luggage compartment or rumble seat.
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A horse for riding or driving on the road.
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A sea-going vessel riding at anchor in a road or bay.
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(nautical) A clumsy vessel that works its way from one anchorage to another by means of the tides.

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A horse for riding on the road.

A sound, swift, well-fed hunter and roadster. "” Thackeray.

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A bicycle, or tricycle, adapted for common roads, rather than for the racing track, usually of classic style & steel-framed.
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(UK, dated) One who drives much; a coach driver.
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(UK, dated, slang) A hunter who keeps to the roads instead of following the hounds across country.
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An open automobile having a front seat and a rumble seat.
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A person who lives along the road.
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Origin of roadster

  • Derived from road +"Ž -ster.

    From Wiktionary