Recent Examples of boxcar from the Web
In the summer, staff brings out boxcar-like storage containers for larger items such as buoys and paddleboards, which are kept in private storage during the offseason.
Three boxcars of a local westbound freight train loaded with wood pulp slipped off the tracks in Gardner on Tuesday night, resulting in heavy traffic issues but no injuries, officials said.
How does a 12-seat restaurant that charges $97 a head to eat in a converted boxcar earn that title?
In addition to Rudy, the Holiday Express includes a gingerbread boxcar, an elves’ workshop, a reindeer stable and a red caboose.
The whistle came first, a warning, followed by a distant roar, and then a bump, bump, bumping, as a hundred boxcars lurched past some distant crossing.
The Pelicans showed in a 103-91 loss at Memphis on Wednesday night that their twin towers -- Anthony Davis and DeMarcus Cousins -- can post boxcar numbers.
Six thousand years or more of human civilization have come to this: In the citadel’s central square is a tall metal pole with a Kurdish flag the size of a boxcar.
The percentage of people watching the world go by through the open door of a boxcar or riding a raft down the Mississippi is right down there with the percentage of elephants who find themselves in town being fitted for green suits.
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Examples of boxcar in a Sentence
a boxcar pile of paper
BOXCAR Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of boxcar for English Language Learners
: a section of a train that has a roof and large, sliding doors and that carries goods and supplies rather than people
BOXCAR Defined for Kids
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