Definition of Labor coach
1. Noun. An assistant (often the father of the soon-to-be-born child) who provides support for a woman in labor by encouraging her to use techniques learned in childbirth-preparation classes.
Generic synonyms: Assistant, Help, Helper, Supporter
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Literary usage of Labor coach
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1. Repairs of Railway Car Equipment: With Prices of Labor and Material : a by H. M. Perry (1899)
"... coach, coet of repairs } Inside Finish, coach, cost of 12-23 Inside Labor, coach, cost of 23-24 Inside Lining, freight, cost of 78 Intermediate Sills, ..."
2. Repairs of Railway Car Equipment: With Prices of Labor and Material by H. M. Perry (1899)
"... coach, cost of 12-23 Inside Labor, coach, cost of 23-24 Inside Lining, freight, cost of 78 Intermediate Sills, cost of repairs 71-73 Iron, flat bar, ..."
3. In a Family Way by Rochelle Hollander Schwab (1995)
""You're her labor coach, you can't be driving the car at the same time. I'll be at your place in five minutes, hear?" At times Janice resented Zee's ..."
4. War-time Replacement in the City of Minneapolis by Vocational Information Service (1919)
"For example, thirty-nine women employed by a railway company for rib track labor, coach cleaning, upholstering, sweeping and coupling have an average age of ..."
5. Annual Report on the Statistics of Labor by Massachusetts Bureau of Statistics (1872)
"They will not work with non-society men, and though there are some exceptions to this rule, it is applicable to most of their labor. Coach, Hack and Omnibus ..."