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noun as in cart

noun as in vehicle

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Washington somehow won three of its first four games before the wheels fell off the wagon.

Most of these trails are old wagon roads, so they’re relatively flat and pleasant.

Then, in another photo, the boy sits in a wagon as his grandfather, in his mask, pulls him along.

In Detroit, a rumor spread that a wagon that brought a news camera into the counting center was smuggling ballots.

He would reach Miami two days later, hopping 24 rides from drivers that included a pastor, a gun-toting salesman and a mom-driven station wagon with six clamoring kids in the back.

He even looks down to address a toddler who is noisily playing in a red wagon.

Two days later, FBI agents found the burned station wagon that the volunteers had been driving.

The base resembled a wagon circle of armored vehicles with some razor wire strung around them.

The blue and white station wagon was in the driveway, and when he got in behind the wheel Mark was still with him.

They pulled the elegant wagon on a slow pace along for a block and then made a U-turn beneath the Palmetto overpass.

The little pig in the box felt himself being lifted out of the wagon.

He had come down after the wagon load, which had to be pitched on again rather more deliberately.

The challenge was accepted and the hay-wagon driven round and the trial commenced.

For an Indian to sell a horse and wagon in the San Jacinto valley was not an easy thing, unless he would give them away.

Alessandro had hard work to give civil answers to the men who wished to buy Benito and the wagon for quarter of their value.


On this page you'll find 40 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to wagon, such as: caravan, carriage, buckboard, buggy, caisson, and coach.

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