coachman

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Since that time, he has been employed as coachman by Uri Gilbert, Esq., of this city.

The coachman was revolving in his own mind the question of the boy's belongings.

The coachman and his horses were both invisible, and nothing but darkness was about the boy.

Mrs. Luttridge's coachman would not give up the point either.

The carriage was where he had left it, the coachman fast asleep on the box.

The coachman, nearing the goal, had given the horse his head.

I know that,' replied the coachman gruffly, as he banged the door.

Adams instantly asked the coachman, in a whisper, "If he knew who the gentleman was?"

I considered your coachman to be a faithful man, and I told him to wait for you at the postern.

But, notwithstanding this order, the coachman suddenly came to a stop.

WORD ORIGIN

1570s, from coach (n.) + man (n.).

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