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stagecoach

noun as in covered wagon

noun as in prairie schooner

Weak match

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Little Fort Recreation Area, a former stagecoach stop, has nine primitive campsites with no overnight fees.

The hike begins at the Storm Canyon Vista Trailhead, along Sunrise Highway, and continues north along a wide track with little elevation gain, eventually passing Pioneer Mail Picnic Area, site of a historic stagecoach route.

After supper, you can watch Stagecoach or The Searchers or She Wore a Yellow Ribbon or Cheyenne Autumn.

This contact with the stagecoach had again brought him face to face with his buried past.

The people still journeyed by stagecoach, carried tinder-boxes in place of matches, and penknives to mend their quill pens.

It was not as on the map, or seen from the stagecoach; but there I found it all out of doors, huge and real, Cape Cod!

Private carriages were much preferred to the stagecoach, as being a more comfortable as well as a safer mode of travel.

At the end of a fortnight he returned to Warsaw, making the trip in a stagecoach.

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On this page you'll find 6 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to stagecoach, such as: conestoga wagon, prairie schooner, and prairie wagon.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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