wainwright

[ UK /wˈe‍ɪnɹa‍ɪt/ ]
[ US /ˈweɪnˌɹaɪt/ ]
NOUN
  1. a wagon maker
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How To Use wainwright In A Sentence

  • Wainwright experiments with song structure and instrumentation, dabbling in swaying pop songs, waltzes and layers of horns and strings, giving the album an old world feel that moves from the whimsical to the melodramatic.
  • Bill has devised a coast to coast walk to rival the hike made famous by Lakeland legend Alfred Wainwright.
  • It was from this little hill Wainwright obtained his view of the Lake District which altered the whole course of his life.
  • But, just hours after she left, Wainwright called emergency services in a panic, saying Joshua had choked on his own vomit and had stopped breathing.
  • In addition, there is one set of specially produced Wainwright mugs on offer as a runner-up prize.
  • Wainwright is fifth choice at Bramall Lane and only made his debut for the reserves on Wednesday.
  • The plane was taking the family to the tiny village of Wainwright, 90 miles southwest of Barrow.
  • Among the farm workers welcoming the weather was Paul Wainwright, of Holtby, near York.
  • The coach is likely to switch full back Chris Beaver to the wing in place of Smith and return Chris Wainwright to the starting line-up after leaving him out against Rochdale.
  • Mr. Wainwright watched me taste it and seemed to guess my feelings.
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