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Definition of "wagon-box" [wagon-box]

  • The part of a wagon mounted upon the wheels and axles, and used to contain the freight or passengers. Also wagon-bed. (noun)

The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)

Use "wagon-box" in a sentence
  • "I could only get a glimpse of him occasionally from the wagon-box; but, though barely thirty yards off, I could not get a shot."
  • "The two teamsters in the wagon-box had been members of the rear guard, and their eyelids were half-shut and their faces white."
  • "Joe dragged him into bushes and got back up on the wagon-box."