Origin of motorist
Examples from the Web for motorist
But the motorist, of all travelers, can see larger outlines.
While very dangerous in places, the pass is free from the restrictions which the motorist finds on the Simplon.
A motorist or cyclist thinks nothing of an extra mile or two in search of good cheer.Old Country Inns of England|Henry P. Maskell
Would the motorist pay any attention to him, or would he flash past and leave him in the dust?The White Feather|P. G. Wodehouse
A fine road brings the motorist sixty miles from the lively city of Little Rock.The Book of the National Parks|Robert Sterling Yard
"Motorer" we have given our reasons for rejecting, and there only remains "motorist" or a compound like "motor-man" or "motor-driver." Mr. C.P.G. Scott, the etymologist of the Century Dictionary, strongly favors "motor-man" or "motor-driver," though he would not object to "motorist" and prefers it above any other single word. ["Electric Power," October 1889]