Motorist in a sentence

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Definition of Motorist

  • someone who drives (or travels in) an automobile

How to use motorist in a sentence. Motorist pronunciation.

Miss Foster taught dancing in the winter and, being an enterprising young woman, had persuaded her mother to open the old house for a tea room for the motorists who sped by in great numbers on every fair day, and who had no opportunity to get a cup of tea and a sandwich any nearer than Glen Point in one direction and Athens Creek in the other.
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Mr. Black endeavored to help out with quotations from his experience as a motorist, but his suggestions, not being of a nautical nature, were ignored for the most part.
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Perhaps Hertfordshire is scarcely intended for motorists.
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They have them wherever they think they can persuade motorists to stop and spend their money.
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The road is very popular with motorists, for so high is it that on either side there stretches a wide panorama of country, the view on the north being towards the Thames Valley and London, while on the south Hindhead with the South Downs in the blue distance show beyond.
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They took the main Portsmouth road, by way of Kingston, Cobham and Ripley, until in the cold grey afternoon they descended the steep hill through Guildford High Street, and crossing the bridge, instead of continuing along the road to Portsmouth, bore to the right, past the station, and up the steep wide road over that long hill, the Hog's Back, whence a great misty panorama was spread out on either side of the long, high-up ridge which in the sunshine gives such a wonderful view to motorists on their way out of London southward.
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The days of the coaches have, alas! passed, and the new road, with its tangle of telegraph wires, is beloved by every motorist and motor-cyclist who spins westward in Surrey.
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The aviator's wings, the motorist's wheel, and many of the newer symbols, are easily recognizable-but there are all the other arms, and the doctors and the stretcher-bearers, the sappers and miners, and heaven knows how many more ramifications of this great host which is really all the nation.
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Then, again, compare with these the cyclist, who now flashes past us with the speed of lightning; or the motorist, who vanishes from our sight, almost before the dust he has raised is blown away.
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The man, crouched almost under the steering wheel, if he saw Mollie's car at all, probably imagined that a motorist of experience was guiding it.
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The slowly moving panorama of hill and dell, which was lost upon the touring motorists who continually passed him, filling the air with their evil smells and clouds of dust.
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There was no train in sight and plenty of time to cross, said the motorist.
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The motorist looked up the track and at the gate and road, and then followed explosives, smoke and dust from the impatient machine, which slowly moved backward a short distance up the road again.
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The gate-keeper ran forward shaking her flag and screaming as she guessed the motorist's intention.
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The motorist looked at Markham and then at the advancing train in bewilderment; then jumped clear of the track beside Markham as the freight train, its brakes creaking, its steam shrieking, crashed into the unfortunate machine, turning it over and then crumpling it into a shapeless mass, through which it tore, its impetus carrying it well down the road and scattering the torn fragments of nickel and steel on both sides of the tracks.
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It was not until the train had been brought to a stop that Markham had had time to notice that the motorist was a woman-not until she turned a rather wan face in his direction that he saw that the victim of this misfortune was Hermia Challoner.
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The American motorist had warned him.
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The main line of traffic from Evreux, they had learned, lay some miles to their right, and it was over this road, a much harder one, that the motorists went if southward bound.
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It will remind us of those days at Compigne, those long days of sunshine and delight-of the moonlit Oise, and the tiny _auberge_ at La Croix among the beeches, which even the motorists hadn't yet discovered.
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Eat GROUND GLASS the hungry motorist was blithely advised.
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Examples of Motorist

Example #1
The latter, George, was a high school friend of Helen and Roger.
Example #2
A young woman, named Foster, lived in it with her mother and brother.
Example #3
After a time he lost interest and settled back in his chair.
Example #4
In five minutes he and the captain were head over heels in spark plugs and batteries and valves and cylinders.
Example #5
Did not a gentleman once motor so quickly through Westmoreland that he missed it?
Example #6
Perhaps the weather was to blame, being grey and banked high with weary clouds.