doubletree

[ US /ˈdəbəɫˌtɹi/ ]
NOUN
  1. a crossbar on a wagon or carriage to which two whiffletrees are attached in order to harness two horses abreast
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How To Use doubletree In A Sentence

  • Northwest is hiring strike-breakers at the Doubletree Hotel in Romulus, only a mile-and-a-half from here.
  • Her father called to her fretfully, and she went in to him again and told him what Sorry had said about the cracked doubletree, and persuaded him to let her bring his supper at once, and to have the fruit later when Frank arrived. Sawtooth Ranch
  • The doubletree served as a lever on which to mount two singletrees. Agricultural Implements and Machines in the Collection of the National Museum of History and Technology Smithsonian Studies in History and Technology, No. 17
  • The faithful, mature, reliable draft horse or ox stands still under one side of the doubletree or yoke, while the new, impulsive, willful partner is harnessed. Finding the Yoke Easy
  • A beautiful Taiwanese pop singer and her Chinese entrepreneur bridegroom took over the Conrad, and its less expensive sister hotel, the Doubletree Hilton next door, for celebrations with 200 guests.
  • Every homesteader who had a tug that would fasten over a doubletree, a wagon that could still squeak, or a flivver that had a bolt in it, went into the transportation business -- hauling the seekers from Pierre or from McClure to look at the land. Land of the Burnt Thigh
  • Well, he started off with a cracked doubletree," he said slowly. The Quirt
  • A comfortable option is the DoubleTree Biltmore Hotel (115 Hendersonville Rd.; 828-274-1800; biltmorefarmshotels. com/doubletree; rooms from around $150 a night). Crafts and Rafts in Asheville, N.C.
  • Mr. John Burger, a veteran hotelier with 25 years of relevant experience, is among the first general managers of Doubletree hotels in China.
  • Northwest is hiring strike-breakers at the Doubletree Hotel in Romulus, only a mile-and-a-half from here.
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