Regency Word of the Week: Curricle

Regency England

When I first began reading Regency romance, there were so many new words and phrases I’d never heard before. Pre-ereaders and instant definitions, I mostly relied on context clues and guessing.

No more.

I bring you…

… (drumroll)…

The Regency Word of the Week!

Each week, I’ll be highlighting a word that might bear a little more explanation, saving you the trouble of Googling it yourself and bringing you the very best of the Internet’s free England photos to set the mood for whatever novel is currently occupying your shelf.

First up, the way less dramatic than it sounds ‘curricle.’

Regency England
Gorgeous English countryside image courtesy of Derek Voller [CC BY-SA 2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0)%5D, via Wikimedia Commons

Published by Anne-Marie Rivers

Anne-Marie Rivers is a Regency romance novelist, represented by Elizabeth Winick Rubinstein. Learn more at annemarierivers.com

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