Thesaurus / wain
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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“He might be still in the house,” said Mr. Wain, ruminatively.

MikeP. G. Wodehouse

He went blissfully, as if on wings, and said: "Life travels to-day in the constellation of the wain, far away through the blue."

Titan: A Romance v. 1 (of 2)Jean Paul Friedrich Richter

Why he was so called was because he used to go over his opponent even as a wain would go over withered sticks.

He found stones for the hind wheels of the wain, unyoked the oxen and led them into the lew, out of the fury of the weather.

Frey and His WifeMaurice Henry Hewlett

What did she care for the progress of the hours, since the constellation of Charles's Wain showed her that it was past midnight?

“It is most mysterious,” agreed Mr. Wain, plucking at his beard.

MikeP. G. Wodehouse

Suppose Wain took it into his head to make a tour of the dormitories, to see that all was well!

MikeP. G. Wodehouse

Elizabeth urged on the driver, when, in a bad road, the wain broke down.

For instance, the English children call the Dipper "Charles's wain" or "the wagon."

The colonel hailed and passed one wain after another, steadily calling, "Gangway!"

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.