stage-coach

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A stage-coach.

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stage +‎ coach

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stage-coach (plural stage-coaches)

  1. (historical) A horse-drawn coach that runs routinely between two destinations to transport passengers and mail.

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stage-coach (third-person singular simple present stage-coaches, present participle stage-coaching, simple past and past participle stage-coached)

  1. To travel by stage-coach.