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stagecoach

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Bicycles, carts, horses
stagecoachstage‧coach /ˈsteɪdʒkəʊtʃ $ -koʊtʃ/ noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 TTBa vehicle pulled by horses that was used in past times for carrying passengers and letters
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stagecoachThe girl got on a stagecoach and was sad all the way.In 1862 he married Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas Taylor, a stagecoach driver.The transition from backswing to downswing is similar to a stagecoach driver whipping his horse team.In bygone days, both railroad and stagecoach deposited visitors in nearby Point Reyes Station.In the middle of the traffic, only a few yards away, was the swaying bulk of a Broadway stagecoach.She'd had to walk from the more expensive inn up the road which was the official halt for the northbound stagecoach.It meant that at the moment of its founding, Atchison assumed importance as the eastern terminus of the overland stagecoach lines.Canals also linked together the stagecoach and railway networks making long distance journeys easier.
StagecoachStagecoach trademark 🔊 🔊 a British company that runs bus services in many parts of the UK and in some other countries. It also runs train services in the south of England.
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