Coach [noun]

Definition of Coach:

instructor, usually in recreation

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Sentence/Example of Coach:

When she arrived she made a regular entry into the city in a coach all gold and glass, drawn by eight superb plumed horses.

The father of Mr. Stacy Marks predestined him for the coach-building business.

On the state-coach went, down the steep, driving the mules madly before it.

To quote Mrs. Kaye, 'A Liberal peer is as useful as a fifth wheel to a coach, and as ornamental as whitewash.'

A celebrated Coach in Anatomy says that no one can learn Anatomy until he has learned and forgotten it from three to seven times!

In the "good old coaching days" the turnpike tolls paid on a coach running daily from here to London amounted to £1,428 per year.

The elder Mr. Weller drove a coach for twelve months, but, being afflicted with the gout, was compelled to retire.

Not until the servant had thrown open the door of the coach and deposited within the valise he carried, did Garnache stir.

It is but 50 miles from Bristol, and not so much as 100 miles from Oxford, and the coach passes very near this place.

In the distance he saw his late assailant running hard; the coach had disappeared.