- n. A long whip used by the driver of a horse-drawn coach.
- n. Masticophis flagellum, a colubrid snake of North America.
- n. desert shrub of southwestern United States and Mexico having slender naked spiny branches that after the rainy season put forth foliage and clusters of red flowers
- n. a whipsnake of southern United States and Mexico; tail resembles a braided whip
- Blend of coach and whip (Wiktionary)
“He had been finely striped from nape to knees with something like a coachwhip, the weals crisscrossing neatly like hemstitching.”
“Forest snakes include cottonmouth moccasin, copperhead, rough green snake, rat snake, coachwhip, and speckled kingsnake.”
“The coachwhip, a snake listed as endangered in Illinois, is restricted to Ecoregion 72l (Illinois Department of Natural Resources, on-line resource “b”; Illinois Natural History Survey, on-line resource).”
“We also saw a coachwhip which was not in the trap, but was just on the ground.”
“The lizards' main predator, the coachwhip snake, is a highly efficient hunter, and the lizards need just the right combination of traits to avoid being eaten.”
“She walked into the woods with the coachwhip, using its long butt as a feeler in the dark.”
“Nobody spares a rattlesnake, however much they might wish to let an innocent coachwhip or a common gartersnake get away.”
“I'd ruther a had uvry coachwhip on Round Hill arter me en full chase than to a bin in that drefful siteation.”
“But while I was moseyin 'about, I cum right chug upon one uv the biggest, longest, outdaciousest coachwhip snakes I uver laid my peepers on.”
“After breathing a little from telling his coachwhip story, which always excited him, he would introduce and tell the story of his adventure with”
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