Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun One that builds and repairs wagons.

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A wagon-maker: same as wagonwright.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun Same as wagonwright.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun a person who builds and repairs wagons

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun a wagon maker

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Examples

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  • In story terms wheels could simply be utilitarian, rugged things put there by the wainwright because it was known that the majestic wheelhouse would be completely overshadowing them.

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  • Monroe bought them both without a moment of haggle, counting out money from his wallet into the yellowy and callused hand of the wainwright.

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  • Monroe bought them both without a moment of haggle, counting out money from his wallet into the yellowy and callused hand of the wainwright.

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  • I think I would have resisted temptation anyhow-but I had with me in the light wagon we drove from Top Dollar, the hardware for three, then I spent that extra hardware on other, things, bartering it through the wainwright.

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  • Walking beside young Dudley, conversing, observing too, Victor followed the trips and twists of a rill, that was lured a little further down through scoops, ducts, and scaffolded channels to serve a wainwright.

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  • Dudley, conversing, observing too, Victor followed the trips and twists of a rill, that was lured a little further down through scoops, ducts, and scaffolded channels to serve a wainwright.

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  • Dudley, conversing, observing too, Victor followed the trips and twists of a rill, that was lured a little further down through scoops, ducts, and scaffolded channels to serve a wainwright.

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  • Without a doubt: Daniel Johnston's version of Gotta Get You Into My Life. 2nd place: Thee Headcoatees 'Run For Your Life, and The Damned's Help marykate Thu, Sep 13, 2007 at 08: 20 AM EST rufus wainwright ... across the universe. or fiona apple's version. either or. i'm flexible.

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  •     "The wagon can't be fixed," said the pig.

        "Not by the world's best wainwrights," said Ebenezer.

    - William Steig, Farmer Palmer's Wagon Ride

    September 29, 2008