How to use waggon in a sentence
One day the Bristol mail was robbed; another day the Dover coach; then the Norwich waggon.The History of England from the Accession of James II. | Thomas Babington Macaulay
In the evening, when about to yoke the oxen to the waggon, it was found that most of them had run off towards Bysondermeid.
There was, however, only one waggon and that a cripple, and neither carpenters nor smiths were at the station to repair it.
Food in abundance was given to him, and a number of warriors attended his waggon as a guard against lions on the way.
A single cart, and a waggon, were all the vehicles that I saw between Boulogne and Abbeville.
British Dictionary definitions for waggon
a variant spelling (esp Brit) of wagon
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