One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Chekhov recounts how his horse-driven tarantass, an uncomfortable springless carriage, almost collided with three troikas racing in the opposite direction, drivers asleep at the reins - it was nearly a fatal collision.’
- ‘He had to endure a 27-mile ride in a springless wagon over rough roads to a railhead at Guiney Station.’
- ‘I lie back on the seemingly springless bed and close my eyes gratefully.’
- ‘She travelled in a springless baggage cart, a model of which is now proudly displayed in St Thomas' School of Nursing, an establishment she was later to found.’
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