Definition of Coachy

1. a coachman [n COACHIES] - See also: coachman



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Coachy

coachmanship
coachmen
coachroof
coachroofs
coachsmith
coachsmiths
coachspeak
coachwhip
coachwhip snake
coachwhipping
coachwhips
coachwoman
coachwomen
coachwork
coachworks
coachy (current term)
coact
coacted
coacting
coaction
coactions
coactivate
coactivated
coactivates
coactivating
coactivation
coactivations
coactivator
coactivators
coactive

Literary usage of Coachy

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1. The Spirit of the Public Journals: Being an Impartial Selection of the Most by Stephen Jones, Charles Molloy Westmacott (1799)
"... moil having never been in any thing but leading-firings before :—however, coachy thinks this will go off in time ; and as they are willing, ..."

2. Camilla, Or, A Picture of Youth. by Fanny Burney (1802)
"He then flopt the carriage, and told the coachman to drive to Cornfield ; faying, " Us but two miles about, and coachy won't mind that; ..."

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