A four-wheeled horse-drawn vehicle formerly used to transport mail and passengers over a regular route.(noun)
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Use "stagecoach" in a sentence
"On the back of the stagecoach is the sign “To Salt Lake City.”"
"A lot of time went into that stagecoach, which is understandable."
"Meeting new men in those days, when even the stagecoach was a passing show worth going miles to see, was an event."