Chiefly British A large bus, typically used for sightseeing.(noun)
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Use "charabanc" in a sentence
"You've no doubt guessed the festive twist already; yes, instead of trundling around sunny southern Europe, the titular charabanc will slowly wend its way to Lapland, culminating in a meeting with "the real Father Christmas"."
"From a charabanc hung red, green and white flags at every window."
"My mother was once in a charabanc that went under a railway bridge in Bedfordshire and then slowly tipped over and deposited them all into a ditch."