Coachmanship

Coach´man`ship


n.1.Skill in driving a coach.
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Crawford, with all his boasted good-nature, and all his coachmanship, probably knew nothing of the matter, and had no active kindness in comparison of Edmund.
Crawford, with all his boasted good-nature, and all his coachmanship, probably knew nothing of the matter, and had no active kindness in comparison of Edmund.
Flanigan could not have credited the brilliant curve with which we entered his yard to our coachmanship.