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wagoner

[ wag-uh-ner ]

noun

  1. a person who drives a wagon.
  2. Wagoner, Astronomy. the northern constellation Auriga.
  3. Obsolete. a charioteer.


wagoner

/ ˈwæɡənə /

noun

  1. a person who drives a wagon


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Word History and Origins

Origin of wagoner1

First recorded in 1535–45; wagon + -er 1
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Example Sentences

On June 3, 2008 Ryan sent a letter to Wagoner cosigned by Feingold and Sen. Herb Kohl.

Former GM chief executive Rick Wagoner, later fired by the U.S., hired Lutz to help improve future GM models.

After that chaos in her life ended, Wagoner found her settled quietly in Washington state.

Rick Wagoner, the former CEO whom Obama pushed out, has said his biggest regret was killing the EV1.

Wagoner had been given far more opportunities to achieve his grand vision than almost anyone else in the world of big business.

After many years experience as a wagoner, he devoted the remainder of his life to tavern keeping.

Turner Brown, brother of Henry, famous for the big loads he hauled, was an old wagoner.

The old farm enhanced in value by reason of the oil developments, and landed the old wagoner in the ranks of the rich.

John Thomas, who kept a hotel and livery stable in Baltimore, was an old wagoner, and is well remembered along the road.

His career as a wagoner ceased long before the railroad reached Cumberland.

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