Slang An automobile, especially one that is small, inexpensive, and old.(noun)
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Use "flivver" in a sentence
"If Marathon prefers not to call a flivver a flivver, I shall not expostulate."
"Alice drove her "flivver" at Mr. Bunn, who was properly knocked down and looked after by Ruth."
"It was with a profound feeling of relief that His Honour lifted the lady from their modest little "flivver," for once inside the Pennington house, he felt, he would be free from a peculiarly devilish brand of persecution inaugurated by his wife about three months previously."