Sedan Definition

sĭ-dăn
sedans
noun
sedans
Webster's New World
An automobile with two or four doors, a permanent rigid top, and a full-sized rear seat.
Webster's New World
A portable enclosed chair for one person, having poles in the front and rear and carried by two other people.
American Heritage

(US, Australia, Canada, New Zealand) A motorcar designed in a configuration with separate compartments for engine space, driver/passenger space and luggage space.

Wiktionary
proper name
City in N France, on the Meuse River: scene of a decisive French defeat (1870) in the Franco-Prussian War.
Webster's New World
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other
A town of northeast France on the Meuse River near the Belgian border. It was the site of the decisive defeat and surrender of Napoleon III (September 2, 1870) in the Franco-Prussian War.
American Heritage

Other Word Forms of Sedan

Noun

Singular:
sedan
Plural:
sedans

Origin of Sedan

  • Origin unknown

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

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