Besides, she had to take piano and singing lessons, she had a coach.
In the first, he says the coach stopped before anything physical took place.
In the second version, Leonard went further to say that coach basically forced oral sex upon him.
With a .700 career winning percentage as a coach in college and the NFL, Harbaugh is a winner.
Mrs. Obama knows this—her mother once scolded her for spending all her money on a coach handbag.
And he jumped down from the coach and rapped sharply upon the door.
Then she stepped into her coach and drove off, with her footmen behind, in great style.
One who watched averred that only the captain and a child not over a year and a half old alighted from the coach.
This was certainly a fact; the fish had come by the coach the next morning.
At this point his companion called a coach, and conveyed him to Newington, where the two waited till the mail came up.
1550s, "large kind of carriage," from Middle French coche (16c.), from German kotsche, from Hungarian kocsi (szekér) "(carriage) of Kocs," village where it was first made. In Hungary, the thing and the name for it date from 15c., and forms are found in most European languages (e.g. Spanish and Portuguese coche, Italian cocchino, Dutch koets). Applied to railway cars 1866, American English. Sense of "economy or tourist class" is from 1949. Meaning "instructor/trainer" is c.1830 Oxford University slang for a tutor who "carries" a student through an exam; athletic sense is 1861.
1610s, "to convey in a coach," from coach (n.). Meaning "to prepare (someone) for an exam" is from 1849. Related: Coached; coaching.