- a person who drives a wagon.
- (initial capital letter) Astronomy. the northern constellation Auriga.
- Obsolete. a charioteer.
Origin of wagoner
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Examples from the Web for wagoner
On June 3, 2008 Ryan sent a letter to Wagoner cosigned by Feingold and Sen. Herb Kohl.Paul Ryan Used Government Funds and Power to Try and Save GM Plant in His District
August 17, 2012
After that chaos in her life ended, Wagoner found her settled quietly in Washington state.Life After Porn
April 28, 2010
Wagoner had been given far more opportunities to achieve his grand vision than almost anyone else in the world of big business.Was Firing Rick Wagoner Just for Show?
Paul A. Eisenstein
April 4, 2009
Wagoner has also agreed to cut his salary to $1 a year and sell the company jets.What They're Driving
December 3, 2008
He read from his own poem, "The Wagoner," a description of the battle of Brandywine.The Citizen-Soldier
My only sister was Patsy and she was borned after slavery and died at Wagoner, Oklahoma.
Then we rent 100 acres from some Indians close to Wagoner, and we farm it all with my family.
Fortunately, a wagoner took pity on these two women, and took them up.The Son of Monte Christo
"They're the shiftlesses' people in the worl'," said Mrs. Wagoner."Run To Seed"
Thomas Nelson Page
- a person who drives a wagon
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