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  • v. Present participle of waggon.


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  • When first I went a-waggoning, a-waggoning did go,

    The Jolly Waggoner

  • There's not much really good waggoning now south of Leicestershire.

    Rodney stone

  • Established in 1796, Cornbury is a pioneer in festival spirit and shows no signs of taking a back seat to current band-waggoning of the brand giants.

    Virtual Festivals


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