Cape-wagon in a sentence

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They were all sketches of the veld, high and low; of natives; of bits of Dutch architecture; of the stoep with its Boer farmer and his vrouw; of a kopje with a dozen horses or a herd of cattle grazing; of a spruit, or a Kaffir's kraal; of oxen leaning against the disselboom of a cape-wagon; of a herd of steinboks, or a little colony of meerkats in the karoo.
You are as welcome as you were in the days when we trekked from the Veal to Pietersburg and on into Bechuanaland, and both slept in the cape-wagon under one blanket.
Through the dulled noises of London there came to their ears the click of the wheels of a cape-wagon, the crack of the Kaffir's whip, the creak of the disselboom.

Examples of Cape-wagon

Example #1
Her hand went to her heart with a gesture of pain, and a little cry of misery escaped her lips.
Example #2
Suddenly, as her eyes rested on them, she turned pale and got to her feet.
Example #3
I don't think any more of you than I did then, and I don't think any less, and I don't want to see you any more or any fewer.
Example #4
But let me say in passing that you are as welcome here as anywhere, neither more nor less.
Example #5
They followed the spoor of a company of elephants in the East country, they watched through the November mist the blesbok flying across the veld, a herd of quaggas taking cover with the rheebok, or a cloud of locusts sailing out of the sun to devastate the green lands.
Example #6
To these men this was in one sense an alien country.