lot, four-in-hand, spate, tutor, tour bus, hatful, cumulation, mickle, carriage, quite a little, sight, heap, bus topology, agglomerate, passenger vehicle, passenger car, mess, public conveyance, passenger bus, muckle, busbar, pile, peck, coach-and-four, minibus, pot, passel, ing bus, raft, batch, good deal, school bus, wad, slew, jitney, omnibus, motorcoach, motorbus, private instructor, autobus, flock, stack, charabanc, mint, handler, limo, manager, mountain, cumulus, deal, common carrier, mass, double-decker, plenty, transit vehicle, shuttle bus, great deal, mound, interurban, tidy sum
vehicle (part of speech: noun)
ferry, sedan, taxi, motorcar, automobile, station wagon, limousine, buggy, armored car, car, ship, tractor, wagon, bicycle, jalopy, train, coach, convertible, sledge, cart, sled, cab, gondola, jeep, truck, coupe, landau, conveyance, boxcar, auto, vehicle, stagecoach, van, fire engine, ambulance, barge, roadster, boat, brougham, hearse, taxicab, motorcycle
- But even by night that special length of Broadway lacks the sublimity of Fifth Avenue, as I see it or imagine it from my motor- bus top. - "Imaginary Interviews", W. D. Howells.
- The bus waited, held up opposite a recruiting station. - "Non-combatants and Others", Rose Macaulay.
- The bus had never seemed to go so slowly. - "The Merriweather Girls and the Mystery of the Queen's Fan", Lizette M. Edholm.