Synonyms for trailer

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"We can come back and look at your trailer tomorrow in daylight," said Rush.

He thought of the trailer: A good one, but not worth more than seven thousand.

"That's the way I feel," answered the trailer, and his tone was conclusive.

Never lose the chance of the first snow if you wish to become a trailer.

Roberts picked up from the fort a Mescalero Apache famous as a trailer.

He had parked the Ford with its trailer attachment at the west end of the platform.

Here, Happy, you and Joe help push this trailer in to where Fisheye shows you.

Cut loose the trailer, Mr. Welborn, and we will back it in by hand.

She gazed after the trailer with the unabashed interest of a child, wondering who he might be.

We can pack your outfit in the trailer and the motors, too, easily.

WORD ORIGIN

1890, "vehicle pulled by another," agent noun from trail (v.); originally a small carriage drawn along by a bicycle. Meaning "preview of a coming movie" first attested 1928. Trailer park recorded by 1936. Trailer trash in use by 1986.

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