Definitions for wainwrightˈweɪnˌraɪt

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. wagonwright, waggonwright, wainwright(noun)

    a wagon maker

Wiktionary

  1. Wainwright(ProperNoun)

    An English occupational surname from someone who builds wagons.

  2. wainwright(Noun)

    a person who builds and repairs wagons

Webster Dictionary

  1. Wainwright(noun)

    same as Wagonwright

Sample Sentences & Example Usage

  1. Mitch Harris:

    I just thought ‘this is it. My time has finally come,’ it was bittersweet because of what happened to (Wainwright), but I was happy to get into a game.

  2. James McTigue:

    Finally The Iranian ship got to the point where he( James Chandler) said,' If Wainwright Capt. James Chandler don't stop, I'm going to sink Wainwright Capt. James Chandler,'.


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