Definition of stagecoach
: a horse-drawn passenger and mail coach running on a regular schedule between established stops
Recent Examples of stagecoach from the Web
Yes, those are real Wells Fargo stagecoach wheels out front.
Because in 1861 a 25-year-old Missouri riverboat pilot named Sam Clemens boarded a stagecoach bound for the same territory.
In 2002, his daughter, Katie Potter, her partner and their then 2-year-old daughter rode in a stagecoach at the head of the parade as its grand marshal.
All of this continues to hang over the 165-year-old stagecoach company and could further tarnish its once-wholesome reputation.
Yes, those are real Wells Fargo wood stagecoach wheels out front.
Lucretia was buried before Morse could arrive home by stagecoach.
The property, located at the old Hoagland stage stop on the Barlow and Sanderson stagecoach line, is surrounded by vast tracts of National Forest and BLM land.
There’s also plenty to do for the kids, including arts and crafts, stagecoach rides, equestrian performances, face painting, a petting zoo, pony rides and lucha libre wrestling.
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First Known Use of stagecoach
STAGECOACH Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of stagecoach for English Language Learners
: a large carriage pulled by horses that was used in the past to carry passengers and mail along a regular route
STAGECOACH Defined for Kids
Definition of stagecoach for Students
: a coach pulled by horses that runs on a schedule from place to place carrying passengers and mail
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