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wagon train

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Bicycles, carts, horses
wagon trainˈwagon train noun [countable]  TTBa long line of wagons and horses used by the people who moved to the West of America in the 19th century
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wagon trainAs sundown approached, scores of settlers and a wagon train of police vans moved down the hill as Maj.She attacked a wagon train two years ago.The noises got nearer and shapes became clearer - horses pulling a long wagon train.He was left behind by the rest of the wagon train because his vehicle was so cumbersome.
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