coachman

[kohch-muhn]
noun, plural coachmen.
1.
a man employed to drive a coach or carriage.
2.
Angling. royal coachman.

Origin:
1570–80; coach + man

undercoachman, noun, plural undercoachmen.
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coachman (ˈkəʊtʃmən)
 
n , pl -men
1.  the driver of a coach or carriage
2.  a fishing fly with white wings and a brown hackle

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The writer wonders what the coachman or the hunter values in riding, in horses, and dogs.
Then he ordered his coachman into it and had farmworkers pull it down a slope until it gained enough speed to fly.
Outside, a coachman and a footman stood at the ready.
His father worked as a coachman and caretaker for a wealthy judge.
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