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wagon +‎ -ry


wagonry (uncountable)

  1. Conveyance by means of a wagon or wagons.
    • John Milton
      Let them make shows of reforming while they will, so long as the church is mounted upon the prelatical cart, and not as it ought, between the hands of the ministers, it will but shake and totter; and he that sets to his hand, though with a good intent to hinder the shogging of it, in this unlawful wagonry wherein it rides, let him beware it be not fatal to him as it was to Uzza.
    • 1998, Shalom Cholawski, The Jews of Bielorussia During World War II (page xvi)
      In order to maintain themselves, Jewish farmers were compelled to take up supplementary occupations like craftmaking, trade and wagonry.