Wágonner. n.s. [from wagon.] One who drives a wagon.
By this, the northern waggoner had set
His sevenfold team behind the stedfast star,
That was in ocean waves yet never wet. Fairy Queen, b. i.
Gallop apace, you fi'ry-footed steeds,
Tow'rd Phœbus' mansion! such a waggoner
As Phaeton would whip you to the west. Shakespeare.
A waggoner took notice upon the creaking of a wheel, that it was the worst wheel that made most noise. L'Estrange.
The waggoners that curse their standing teams,
Wou'd wake e'en drowsy Drufus from his dreams. Dryden.
I described to him the use and the nature of it; and the next day the waggoners arrived with it. Gulliver's Travels.