noun, plural vo·ya·geurs [vwah-yah-zhurz, voi-uh-; French vwa-ya-zhœr] /ˌvwɑ yɑˈʒɜrz, ˌvɔɪ ə-; French vwa yaˈʒœr/.
Origin of voyageur
Examples from the Web for voyageur
When Ned said this the French-Canadian voyageur looked up and nodded.Boy Scouts on Hudson Bay|G. Harvey Ralphson
A voyageur fell at my side, and another dropped in front of me.The Cryptogram|William Murray Graydon
Horses and oxen were used later on; but the voyageur himself was the chief beast of burden here, as everywhere else.All Afloat|William Wood
Even the voyageur—the least brave of the party—would not have flinched; for, in the midst of brave men, cowards cease to be.The War Trail|Mayne Reid
But one person persistently defied Church and people, Cure and voyageur.The Lane That Had No Turning, Complete|Gilbert Parker