A four-wheeled carriage with front and back passenger seats that face each other and a roof in two sections that can be lowered or detached.(noun)
A style of automobile with a similar roof.(noun)
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Use "landau" in a sentence
"That when he got there, lo and behold! there was another carriage standing there at the gate, and not no common hack neither, but what he called a landau, with the top all throwed back, and a driver with a stove-pipe hat."
"He arrived in a comfortable open carriage — one of the kind called landau — drawn by two tall and powerful but not well-shaped horses."
"They are alone in the immense landau, which is filled with flowers like a giant basket."