Charioteer (noun)

  1. A driver of a chariot in ancient times.
  2. A horse-drawn vehicle with two or more wheels.


From latin 'chariota' meaning a chariot and from greek 'charioteer' meaning the driver of a chariot.


  1. The charioteer in the circus drove horses in circles.
  2. In ancient Greece, the charioteers were heroes and champions of the Olympic games.
  3. In the Roman empire, charioteers were a symbol of wealth and power.
  4. The charioteer drove the horses at a full gallop through the countryside.
  5. The charioteer took the reins and guided the chariot through the rough terrain.
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