And Alexander never chuckled half so much to hear his praises sung, as coachee did at the thoughts of his victory.
Make sail, coachee, and see how many knots you can run off the reel.
When all was "right," how eloquent the lip-music of coachee!
"What is your fare, coachee," said a stout gentleman alighting from a hackney-coach.
The scoundrel of a coachee overdid his instructions, and upset the "conveniency" into a lime-kiln.
coachee also was very glad to go—had always lived with gentlemen before.
The coachee is a carriage peculiar to America; the body of it is somewhat longer than that of a coach, but of the same shape.
Having the reins and whip placed in your unpractised hands while coachee indulges in a glass and chat.
He abhorred indoor work, and took a pride in proclaiming himself to be coachee.
To oppose this with a pair was a bold conception, but "coachee" was an old stager; "what man dared do" he dared, and did it well.