Definition of Wagons. Meaning of Wagons. Synonyms of Wagons

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Definition of Wagons

Wagon
Wagon Wag"on, v. i. To wagon goods as a business; as, the man wagons between Philadelphia and its suburbs.
Wagon
Wagon Wag"on, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Wagoned; p. pr. & vb. n. Wagoning.] To transport in a wagon or wagons; as, goods are wagoned from city to city.

Meaning of Wagons from wikipedia

- usually pull wagons. One animal or several, often in pairs or teams may pull wagons. However, there are examples of human-propelled wagons, such as mining...
- hatchbacks and station wagons include: D-pillar: Station wagons are more likely to have a D-pillar (hatchbacks and station wagons both have A-, B-, and...
- Wagons East (sometimes styled as Wagons East!) is a 1994 American Western adventure comedy film directed by Peter Markle, written by Matthew Carlson,...
- Trail, and the Old Spanish Trail. Although "wagon train" suggests a line of wagons, when terrain permitted, wagons would often fan out and travel abreast to...
- first wagons referred as such had similar builds as later Conestoga wagons. Conestoga wagons are larger and more robust variants of covered wagons, sharing...
- Ox-wagons Wikimedia Commons has media related to Ox-drawn wagons. Bullock cart (ox-cart) Bullocky Carriage Chuckwagon Conestoga wagon Oxbow Wagon Pakenham...
- the boiler remained in the cab. Some of the earliest wagons, such as the first generation of wagons built by Mann used locomotive type boilers, and a double-ended...
- Scenery wagons are built in a wide range of sizes, ranging from less than one square foot up to the size of the playing area of the stage. Scenery wagons comprise...
- Goods wagons or freight wagons (North America: freight cars), also known as goods carriages, goods trucks, freight carriages or freight trucks, are unpowered...
- west by wagon. Typically these were Conestoga wagons and they traveled west in a single file line known as a wagon train. At night the wagons would form...