He had taken a seat in a day-coach to avoid the risk of meeting any one he knew, and because he did not wish to be comfortable.
“Across the continent in a day-coach, I suppose,” laughed Hortense, yawning.
He got on a day-coach of a New York train without the vestige of a ticket and still penniless.
I'm out of the day-coach, and there is a sick girl in there.
"Same to you," said the old gentleman, scrambling up the unswept, cinder-covered steps into the day-coach.
Walton's face appeared at one of the windows of the day-coach.
At the first stop I run forward on the off-side of the train, pass the Pullmans, and duck under and take a rod under a day-coach.
He was beside her on the red plush seat of the day-coach; a boy of three and a half.
The porter was deftly transforming the day-coach into a narrow lane entirely surrounded by portires.
Mr. William Rooney and Fido rode in the day-coach and worked the entire way on duplicate prompt copies.