waggoner

[ US /ˈwæɡənɝ/ ]
NOUN
  1. the driver of a wagon
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How To Use waggoner In A Sentence

  • John Waggoner is a personal finance columnist for USA TODAY. Mutual fund fees add up, so don't pay more than you must
  • Only a few men were hired, waggoners ranging from £18 to £22.
  • His father, Robert, was a waggoner with Bowman's Removals, in York.
  • Army Sgt. Dustin Waggoner, left, and Sgt. 1st Class Gregory Frikken work on the rifle range in Forward Operating Base Airborne in Afghanistan. Combat's positive effects examined
  • And Tim Waggoner is a great guy -- it's been nice to see him start to have some success with his novels. ccfinlay: Best. Con. Evar.
  • On his head was a hat with a low crown and broad brim, very much resembling that of an English waggoner; about his body was a long loose tunic or slop, seemingly of coarse ticken, open in front, so as to allow the interior garments to be occasionally seen; these appeared to consist of a jerkin and short velveteen pantaloons. The Bible in Spain; or, the journeys, adventures, and imprisonments of an Englishman, in an attempt to circulate the Scriptures in the Peninsula
  • The waggoner threw down his whip. He knelt down and prayed to Hercules.
  • I heard by a waggoner that there was a person who he saw follow the chaise, he described him, and by that means I found him out
  • He was many years horse feeder and waggoner for the late William Jackson, stage wagon proprietor of Fairburn.
  • We wanted an experienced sportscaster, and Waggoner fit the bill.
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