What is another word for coachwhip?

94 synonyms found


[ kˈə͡ʊt͡ʃwɪp], [ kˈə‍ʊt‍ʃwɪp], [ k_ˈəʊ_tʃ_w_ɪ_p]

Coachwhip is a word that refers to a type of nonvenomous snake native to North and South America. The word "coachwhip" comes from the snake's long, thin body that resembles a leather whip once used to coach horses. Synonyms for coachwhip include red racer, red whip snake, and eastern coachwhip. Other similar snakes may include the black racer, eastern racer, and southern black racer. These snakes are typically found in warm climates and are known for their speedy movements and ability to climb trees. While they may appear intimidating, coachwhips are generally harmless to humans and are considered an important part of their ecosystems.

How to use "Coachwhip" in context?

The coachwhip is a dangerous and this implement is used by coaches and can inflict serious injury if not used properly. The coachwhip is also effective in disciplining players and can be a necessary tool in the coach's arsenal.

The coachwhip is also referred to as a "caning stick" and is a long, thin piece of wood, often with a metal tip, that is used to administer punishment to students in a school setting.

The coachwhip consists of a main shaft, usually made of hardwood, and a thin, braided whip.

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