PRONUNCIATION: (SUHN-day dry-vuhr)

MEANING: noun: One who drives slowly, poorly, or overcautiously.

ETYMOLOGY: What’s Sunday got to do with driving slowly, poorly, or overcautiously? The allusion here is to someone who is out for a leisurely Sunday drive taking the scenic route. Or one who drives poorly because they drive infrequently. Or they drive overcautiously in the manner of someone who comes out to drive only on Sunday when there’s little traffic. Earliest documented use: 1877.

SUNDAY DROVER - gentleman farmer who visits his livestock on weekends only

SUNDAY DRIER - never could get it through his head about "Monday Washday"!

SUNDRY DRIVER - licensed for all kinds of motor vehicle