Our national symbol may be the bald eagle but it might as well be the moving van—or, previously, the covered wagon.
It was but a few minutes later that I saw a covered wagon driving up to the door.
We went in a covered wagon with oxen and camped out all along the way.
No, you may meet his covered wagon to-day on lonely roads between the hill-villages of Massachusetts and Connecticut.
And so it was agreed that he should carry her back in his covered wagon that very night.
They moved from Hayburn, Georgia in a covered wagon drawn by oxen.
When I put it on I sort of reminded myself of a covered wagon.
Looking up, he saw that it was a covered wagon with four wheels, such as is often to be met in New England towns.
Feudalism is a walled town; democracy is a ship at sea and a covered wagon.
Mercy was still sleeping when a covered wagon, such as carriers use, came trundling along the road.
A typical conveyance for settlers moving west with their belongings. It was drawn by horses or oxen and equipped with a canvas cover, often supported by hoops, to keep off rain.
An aircraft carrier (WWII Navy)