carrousel

  1. carries luggage to air travelers
  2. large mechanical apparatus with seats for children to ride on

carrousel

(from the article `tournament`) The tournament eventually degenerated into the carrousel, a kind of equestrian polonaise, and the more harmless sport of tilting at a ring. In modern ... The Louvre`s modest triumphal arch stands in the open space where costumed nobles performed in an equestrian display—carrousel—to celebrate th...
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carrousel

luggage carrousel noun carries luggage to air travelers
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Carrousel

Carrousel was a name given in the middle ages to a tilting match or other occasion when knightly exercises, such as riding at the ring, throwing the lance, were publicly engaged in. They were superseded by tournaments, but were again revived when the latter had fallen out of use, and were frequent at the court of Louis XIV.
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