Definition of Coachers

1. Noun. (plural of coacher) ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Coachers

1. coacher [n] - See also: coacher

Lexicographical Neighbors of Coachers

coach station
coach up
coachability
coachable
coachbox
coachboxes
coachbuilder
coachbuilders
coachbuilding
coachdog
coachdogs
coached
coachee
coachees
coacher
coachers (current term)
coaches
coachfellow
coachfellows
coachful
coachfuls
coachies
coaching
coaching job
coaching stock
coachless
coachlike
coachload
coachloads
coachmaker

Literary usage of Coachers

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Horse by Isaac Phillips Roberts (1917)
"THE TROTTER AS A SIRE OF coachers Now and then a large trotting-bred stallion begets stylish coachers when bred to suitable mares. (See chapter on Breeding. ..."

2. Handbook of Athletic Games for Players, Instructors, and Spectators by Jessie Hubbell Bancroft, William Dean Pulvermacher (1916)
"coachers. — Two members of a team having an inning may act as coachers for its runners on first and third bases. A line is drawn 15 feet from the diamond ..."

3. Baseball by Richard George Knowles, Richard Morton (1896)
"The Pitcher—The Catcher—The Batsman—First Baseman—Second Baseman — Short Stop—Third Baseman — Left Fielder — Centre Fielder—Eight Fielder—The coachers—The ..."

4. The Book of School and College Sports by Ralph Henry Barbour (1904)
"Not more than two coachers, who must be players in the uniform of the team at bat, shall be allowed to occupy the space between the players' and the ..."

5. A Handbook of Agriculture by Wisconsin Farmers' Institutes (1888)
"the best coachers produced in Europe, are strongly of thoroughbred origin, ... The mares which we have within our reach to breed coachers from, ..."

6. The Horse Book: A Practical Treatise on the American Horse Breeding Industry by James Hope Stewart Johnstone (1907)
"The French are the only people who have undertaken to inject the element of trotting speed into their coachers and this, briefly described is the manner in ..."

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