noun, verb (used with or without object) Chiefly British.
Examples from the Web for waggon
About this period there was a ponderous machine with six broad wheels, and drawn by eight horses, called the Newcastle waggon.Coaching, with Anecdotes of the Road|William Pitt Lennox
The king himself made the journey in the waggon drawn by oxen, which formed his rude prerogative.Early Britain|Grant Allen
Waggon after waggon, laden with comestibles, filed slowly into the park.
He had got his waggon, and had followed us with the commando of Commandant Hasebroek.Through Shot and Flame|J. D. Kestell.
The afternoon was very hot when Nasmyth plodded down a steep hillside through the thick red dust of the waggon trail.The Greater Power|Harold Bindloss