First recorded in 1535–45; wagon + -er1 (Source: dictionary.com)
Mid 16th century from Dutch wagenaar, from wagen (see wagon). (Source: lexico.com)
Definitions of Wagoner
- a person who drives a wagon.
- (initial capital letter) Astronomy. the northern constellation Auriga.
- Obsolete. a charioteer.
- a person who drives a wagon
- The driver of a horse-drawn wagon.
- : a person who drives a wagon or transports goods by wagon
- : boötes
Example sentences for Wagoner
- On June 3, 2008 Ryan sent a letter to Wagoner cosigned by Feingold and Sen. Herb Kohl.
- After that chaos in her life ended, Wagoner found her settled quietly in Washington state.
- Wagoner had been given far more opportunities to achieve his grand vision than almost anyone else in the world of big business.
- Wagoner has also agreed to cut his salary to $1 a year and sell the company jets.
- He made a bargain with the wagoner to carry him as far as the wagon was going on his road, which was about ten miles.
- A Wagoner family living in the next house asked me to dinner, and I "et" with them.
- He made his first trip over the road as a wagoner in 1823, going clear through to Baltimore.
- His career as a wagoner ceased long before the railroad reached Cumberland.
- He was first a wagoner, and subsequently and for many years a stage driver.
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