Citations:dickey seat

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English citations of dickey seat

  • 1920, Herman Cyril McNeile, Bulldog Drummond Chapter 1
    The 30 h.p. two-seater made short work of the run to Godalming. Under the dickey seat behind lay a small bag, containing the bare necessaries for the night; and as Drummond thought of the two guns rolled up carefully in his pyjamas—the harmless toy and the wicked little automatic—he grinned gently to himself.