coaches[ kohch ]SEE DEFINITION OF coaches
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Don't let them see you get nervous when they turn out of the coaches.
The use of coaches or other vehicles is prohibited, and the churches are never empty.
The roads were thick with coaches, choked full with pleasure-seekers from Port Erin.
Indeed, the coaches were nearly empty, as if traffic were badly disrupted.
They blocked up the streets with carts and coaches to prevent his escape.
Randolph noted with envy the Boston coaches of the seventeenth century.
Many of the announcements of the day have pictures of the coaches.
Trains are not stopped and robbed; coaches are not "held up."
Oh, there are plenty of night coaches, and day coaches too, Sir.
The comparison of comfort was also greatly to the disparagement of the coaches.