If it was a rabbit-catcher's paradise it was a motorist's paradise also.
I recommend them to every motorist who may have to look for a place to land.
"I should work nights, too, at that rate," said the motorist.
He held up both his arms, the signal of a motorist in distress.
It is just the kind of a book a motorist needs if he wants to understand his car.
"Hoity, toity," said the motorist, without any sign of shame.
The open road to Derby is broad, straight, smooth and level—what a combination of excellences for the motorist!
I need a motorist for the Hawk, and I think you'd about fill the bill.
A motorist, summoned the other week, admitted to having knocked three people down one day and two people the next.
Meantime the surface is enough in itself to make a motorist happy.
"Motorer" we have given our reasons for rejecting, and there only remains "motorist" or a compound like "motor-man" or "motor-driver." Mr. C.P.G. Scott, the etymologist of the Century Dictionary, strongly favors "motor-man" or "motor-driver," though he would not object to "motorist" and prefers it above any other single word. ["Electric Power," October 1889]