- the worker who transfers sheets of wet pulp to the couch.
Origin of coucher
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Examples from the Web for coucher
(c) To attend the King's lever, or still worse, his coucher.Lost Diaries
A decayed silk curtain of a dingy blue, drawn across a recess, separated the chambre a coucher from the salon.Pelham, Complete
He is on duty but three days of every week, save at the lever and coucher, and may go whither he list on the other four.It Might Have Been
Emily Sarah Holt
He adds that a carrying chair was formerly called a Gautsche, and refers it to Kutsche and French coucher.Pennsylvania Dutch
S. S. Haldeman
Coucher and Kemp, two capital officers, were killed during the evening when this attack took place.