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There’s also a fanciful hat shop created by proprietor Ron McKeever that displays coachman top hats, bowlers, newsboy hats and fedoras.
Steampunk Santa had brass gadgets affixed to a black coachman's hat and light-up shoes.
Cars once displaced lots of coachmen and stable boys but created many more new jobs laying out highways and attending service stations.
A nameless coachman, who must be Santa Claus’s evil twin, abducts young boys and takes them to a place called—
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First Known Use of coachman
COACHMAN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of coachman for English Language Learners
: a man whose job was driving a carriage pulled by horses
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