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wagoner

[wag-uh-ner] /ˈwæg ə nər/
noun
1.
a person who drives a wagon.
2.
(initial capital letter) Astronomy. the northern constellation Auriga.
3.
Obsolete. a charioteer.
Origin of wagoner
1535-1545
First recorded in 1535-45; wagon + -er1
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  • He read from his own poem, "The wagoner," a description of the battle of Brandywine.

    The Citizen-Soldier John Beatty
  • My only sister was Patsy and she was borned after slavery and died at wagoner, Oklahoma.

  • Then we rent 100 acres from some Indians close to wagoner, and we farm it all with my family.

  • Fortunately, a wagoner took pity on these two women, and took them up.

    The Son of Monte Christo Jules Lermina
  • "They're the shiftlesses' people in the worl'," said Mrs. wagoner.

    "Run To Seed" Thomas Nelson Page
  • Mrs. wagoner used to go to see Mrs. Upton—she went frequently.

    "Run To Seed" Thomas Nelson Page
British Dictionary definitions for wagoner

wagoner

/ˈwæɡənə/
noun
1.
a person who drives a wagon
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