day-coach

day coach

noun
1.
an ordinary railroad passenger car, as distinguished from a sleeping car, parlor car, or other deluxe accommodations.
2.
the class of airline coach for daytime flight at regular fare. Compare night coach.
Also, daycoach.


Origin:
1870–75, Americanism

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