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waggonettePart of speech: Noun Usage examples "waggonette":
- She put the little hired girl on the front seat with the groom, and sat in the body of the waggonette to talk to Guthrie and to take care of his child. - "Sisters", Ada Cambridge.
- There are few poets who, if they escaped from the rowdiest waggonette of trippers, could not be quieted again and exalted by dropping into a small wayside field. - "Robert Browning", G. K. Chesterton.
- Both got into the waggonette in silence and drove off. - "The Cook's Wedding and Other Stories", Anton Chekhov.