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in theatrical slang, means telling phrases and speeches, as, “My part is full of ‘coaling lines.ʹ” Coal being money, means profit, whence coaling. (See p. 265, To post the Coal …)

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Co
Coach (A)
Coach-and-four (or Coach-and-six)
Coach-and-pair (A)
Coach Away
Coached Up
Coal
Coal Brandy
Coals
Coals of Fire
Coaling
Coalition Government
Coast Clear
Coast Men of Attica
Coasting Lead (A)
Coasting Trade
Coasting Waiter
Coat
Coat of Arms
Coat of many Colours. (Gen. xxxvii. 3)
Coats, Hosen, and Hats (Dan. iii, 21)

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