dougherty wagon

noun, often capitalized D dough·er·ty wagon \ ˈdȯ|ərtē- , ˈdä| , ˈdō| , ˈdäg| , ˈdȯg| ; ÷ˈdȯrətē- , ÷ˈdärətē- \

Definition of dougherty wagon

: a four-wheeled covered wagon with side doors, two or three transverse seats for passengers, and canvas side curtains

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Origin and Etymology of dougherty wagon

probably from the name Dougherty


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