Definition of Coaster wagon
1. Noun. A child's four-wheeled toy cart sometimes used for coasting.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Coaster Wagon
Literary usage of Coaster wagon
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Practical Things with Simple Tools: A Book for Young Mechanics by Astra Cielo (1916)
"... A coaster wagon THIS is similar to the roll-mobile, except that it. is made for one to sit instead of stand on, and can, therefore, be used only in ..."
2. The Journal of Educational Research by American Educational Research Association (1922)
"This little fellow had visited the yard of the pupil where he had found a coaster wagon and a can of ..."
3. Spontaneous and Supervised Play in Childhood by Alice Corbin Sies (1922)
"As a substitute for the roaster, R's mother suggested that he use his low coaster wagon. R seated himself in the front of the wagon with the waste-paper ..."
4. Popular Mechanics Shop Notes (1920)
"Monkey Wrenches, Regrinding Motion Pictures, Protection for Film While Scraping Motor Auto Starting, for coaster wagon Drive Motor, Circuit Breaker Stops ..."
5. Manual of Play by William Byron Forbush (1914)
"and single Irish mail car, two wheelbarrows, a hoe, a rake and spade each, and a coaster wagon finish the outdoor equipment of the children. ..."
6. Ordinances of the City of Virginia: Published by the City Council of the by etc Laws, Virginia Laws, etc, Virginia (1918)
"... or coast on, over or across any public sidewalk in said City, on any bicycle, sleigh, coaster wagon, child's express wagon or toy automobile. ..."