coachman

Part of speech: noun

One who drives a coach. coachee.

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Usage examples "coachman":

  1. Five to one, that is to say, if I include the coachman in the number, with the gates closed behind me, were too long odds, and however hard I might have fought, I could not possibly have been successful. - "My Strangest Case", Guy Boothby.
  2. They, therefore, all called out, " Coachman, to our hotel!" - "The Project Gutenberg Memoirs of Napoleon Bonaparte", Bourrienne, Constant, and Stewarton.
  3. And the coachman, he says, " Why, sir, how can I help it; is there another dog like him?" - "Fruits of Culture", Leo Tolstoy.