Definition of Cohost

1. Noun. A joint host alongside another (compare costar). ¹



2. Verb. To act as a joint host. ¹

3. Verb. (computing) To store data on a shared server (as in web hosting). ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Cohost

1. to host jointly [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cohost

cohomology
cohomotopy
cohorn
cohorns
cohort
cohort effect
cohort studies
cohort study
cohortative
cohortatively
cohortatives
cohorts
cohos
cohosh
cohoshes
cohost (current term)
cohosted
cohostess
cohostessed
cohostesses
cohostessing
cohosting
cohosts
cohoused
cohousing
cohousings
cohune
cohune-nut oil
cohune fat
cohune nut

Literary usage of Cohost

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1. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science by Kansas Academy of Science (1922)
"... Pierce introduced an astonishing exigent phase, in which the latter seemed to fill a very important position as winter cohost for the parasites. ..."

2. The Lab, the Temple, and the Market: Reflections at the Intersection of ...by Sharon Harper by Sharon Harper (2000)
"... to the roundtable conference, James Wolfensohn agreed to cohost, with the Archbishop of Canterbury, the 1998 Conference on World Faiths and Development. ..."

3. Toward an Angola Strategy: Prioritizing U.S.-Angola Relations by Vincent A. Mai, Frank G. Wisner (2007)
"... subjects to the Los Angeles Times, the Washington Times, the London Times, and Forbes. He is the cohost of the cable television talk show Digital Age. ..."

4. Sustainable Agriculture Directory of Expertiseby Cynthia Arnold, Betty Blomberg, Ellen Clough, Jim Lukens by Cynthia Arnold, Betty Blomberg, Ellen Clough, Jim Lukens (1997)
"We cohost lectures, spring plant sales and fall harvest fairs. Ref#:685 Organization Anne Schwartz Tilth Producers A Chapter of Washington Tilth 1219 E. ..."

5. Medicare and the American Health Care System: Report to the Congress by Donald A. Young (1997)
"In addition, Mr. Kerr is executive producer and cohost of Health Upbeat, a television series on health care quality, access, and costs. ..."

6. The Baptist Magazine by Baptist Missionary Society (1862)
"... cOhost !' As many as will obey the voice of the Holy Ghost, let them depart.' " And so'he ".went forth from the Church wbe,re he had been baptized and ..."

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