I will wager anything that that slow coach of a Paul is not ready.
You slow coach, think weve got the whole afternoon to get started?
He will inquire before he purchases, and he will find that he has got hold of a slow coach.'
The dandy horse of past days has been known to overtake the slow coach.
You are such a slow coach,—and surely you might have broken loose before, when you knew we were waiting.
Now, clear the track, fellow autoists and slow coach drivers!
That may be; but the reason is that the crocodile does not live fast—he is a slow coach.
Fifty or a hundred years ago the man who was a "slow coach" to-day would be "geared low."
We would soon convince you that the infantry of the Newport Academy is a slow coach compared with its navy.
It is therefore obvious, that if these trains were to keep their proper time, the express must run into the slow coach in front.
A dull fellow; a stupid person (1837+)