Pronunciation of Waggon
/wˈaɡən/, /wˈaɡən/, /w_ˈa_ɡ_ə_n/
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Usage examples for waggon:
- When a strange carter, or shepherd, or other labourer came to the house from a distance, perhaps with a waggon for a load of produce or with some sheep, it was the custom to give them some lunch. - "Hodge and His Masters", Richard Jefferies.
- The messenger galloped out into the darkness, and as the last of the waggon transport turned into the right track, the staff cantered northwards in the direction of the head of the column, reckless of the solitary bullets which at intervals whistled through the still night air. - "On the Heels of De Wet", The Intelligence Officer.
- The girls were to be conveyed- the most of them- in the Greenhow waggon, driven by old Pucklechurch, the boys to walk. - "The Carbonels", Charlotte M. Yonge.