A stained, ringed leather Milwaukee Brewers coaster (I used to live five minutes from the stadium).
I tucked the children in a little more snugly, then went over to the coaster.
To meet these difficulties, I hastened the building of my vessel as a coaster.
Is this what happens to everybody who takes a ride on the coaster?
At sunrise the schooner weighed anchor, in order to accompany the coaster.
He could not grasp the idea, probably, that ceremonies would be required by persons who intended to sail by the coaster.
Many freighters have what they call a coaster hitched to the last wagon.
As she draws near you recognize her as a coaster running between the place you are bound to and the place you have left.
Hernando pressed his views upon him, and the skipper of the coaster seconded him.
The coaster took his pipe from his mouth, and twice opened his lips to speak.
1570s, "one who sails along coasts," agent noun from coast (v.) in its original sense "to go around the sides or border" of something. Applied to vessels for such sailing from 1680s. Tabletop drink stand (c.1887), originally "round tray for a decanter," so called from a resemblance to a sled, or because it "coasted" around the perimeter of the table to each guest in turn after dinner.