- n. derogatory, UK a person who moves slowly.
- n. someone who moves slowly
“Mr Pickles criticised the "slowcoach" councils which had not yet published the information.”
“The most amusing thing about this whole deal is that I am such a slowcoach on uphills that the GRD doesn't even break into a trot to keep up with me.”
“Strolling, muscle-bound, almost entirely inflexible slowcoach Michael Ballack could be off to Schalke.”
“I shall be pontificating on this at some stage - but don't hold your breath I'm a slowcoach when it comes to formulating a blog entry.”
“Grant isn't such a slowcoach as McClellan was, either, " Hill persisted.”
“Ferreting is a business generally transacted without hustle, and the keeper was a noted slowcoach.”
““I shall be angry if the old slowcoach is late,” said another.”
“But the gentleman was in a hurry; the gentleman always is; he could not wait for that old slowcoach of a Clubfoot to mature his plans for getting into England, securing the document, and getting out again.”
“They didn't know, of course, that Clubfoot, the old slowcoach, who is past his work, was aware of this already, and had made his plans accordingly.”
“The improvised old woman, I remember, got the name of slowcoach between us, and continued for perhaps three weeks or more.”
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