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stagecoach

stagecoach

noun stage·coach \ˈstāj-ˌkōch\

: a large carriage pulled by horses that was used in the past to carry passengers and mail along a regular route

Full Definition of STAGECOACH

:  a horse-drawn passenger and mail coach running on a regular schedule between established stops

First Known Use of STAGECOACH

1658

Rhymes with STAGECOACH

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