wagon train

NOUN
  1. a procession (of wagons or mules or camels) traveling together in single file
    we were part of a caravan of almost a thousand camels
    they joined the wagon train for safety
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How To Use wagon train In A Sentence

  • Just ahead of the wagon train, beneath a shaded cross on the rock, a small group of pioneers buries one of their company. Christianity Today
  • She attacked a wagon train two years ago.
  • Professor Luria is an authentic pioneer of molecular biology. Even before the first wagon train set out he ventured as a mountain man among bacterial viruses.
  • Yet in their quest for increasingly elusive pelts, the semi-legendary "Mountain Men" blazed the westward trails for wagon trains that surely shaped America as profoundly as any frontier war. The Beaver Wars
  • The noises got nearer and shapes became clearer - horses pulling a long wagon train.
  • Their journeys by wagon train are fraught with danger, across distances never imagined possible.
  • Intrepid pioneers came to California by wagon train.
  • She kept a sharp lookout for the rest of their missing wagon train caravan.
  • It is a bloated consumer society where everyone's material needs are glutted - where a trip to the hypermarket involves shoving three brimming shopping trolleys together to form a wagon train but where nobody's emotional needs are met.
  • Luria is an authentic pioneer of molecular biology. Even before the first wagon train set out he ventured as a mountain man among bacterial viruses.
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