- a person who receives training from a coach, esp in business or office practice
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Examples from the Web for coachee
When all was "right," how eloquent the lip-music of coachee!
Make sail, coachee, and see how many knots you can run off the reel.Paddy Finn
W. H. G. Kingston
"What is your fare, coachee," said a stout gentleman alighting from a hackney-coach.
The coachee is a carriage peculiar to America; the body of it is somewhat longer than that of a coach, but of the same shape.Travels in North America, From Modern Writers
The scoundrel of a coachee overdid his instructions, and upset the "conveniency" into a lime-kiln.The Dodd Family Abroad, Vol. I.(of II)
Charles James Lever