Definition of Coggling
1. coggle [v] - See also: coggle
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Coggling
Literary usage of Coggling
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1. Publications by English Dialect Society (1884)
"... ze coggling ; perhaps cockling, likely to fall off. Coil, the pronunciation of the word coal. See Letters Oa (2) and Oe. Hunter says, ' In a lease of ..."
2. Proserpina: Studies of Wayside Flowers, While the Air was Yet Pure Among the by John Ruskin (1879)
"... crawling about, and coggling, and grovelling, and aggregating anyhow, like the minds of so many people whom one knows! 8. Returning then to our grasses, ..."
3. A Glossary of Words Used in South-west Lincolnshire: (Wapentake of Graffoe). by Robert Eden George Cole (1886)
"... ie coggling ; perhaps cockling, likely to fall off. Coil, the pronunciation of the word coal. See Letters Oa (2) and Oe. Hunter says, ' In a lease of ..."
4. Poetry Chiefly in the Scottish Language by Robert Couper (1804)
"... Bears on its bosom labour's pride, And folly's fatal gem. v The wee bit boat—right grand I wyte— Comes coggling to the shore ; Awa the wives, ..."