Definition of Cosseted

1. Verb. (past of cosset) ¹



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Definition of Cosseted

1. cosset [v] - See also: cosset

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cosseted

cosplayer
cosplayers
cosplaying
cosplays
cosponsor
cosponsored
cosponsoring
cosponsors
cosponsorship
cosponsorships
coss
cossacks
cossas
cosses
cosset
cosseted (current term)
cosseting
cossets
cossetted
cossetting
cossid
cossids
cossie
cossies
cossyrite
cossyrites
cost
cost, insurance and freight
cost-benefit analysis
cost-effective

Literary usage of Cosseted

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1. The Wandering Jew (and Jewess)by R D Manning by R D Manning (2003)
"RODIN (broken voice) The fire has somewhat warmed me — it will be nothing. Ma foil 1 certainly have time to be nursed and cosseted. How apropos it would be ..."

2. Poor Human Nature: A Musical Novel by Jessie Bedford, Elizabeth Godfrey (1898)
"... were hers as of right, and if she were fractious her aunt cosseted her as she had never cosseted any of her own red-cheeked brood. ..."

3. Library of the World's Best Literature, Ancient and Modern by Edward Cornelius Towne (1897)
"Tempy she cosseted her up awhile, and then, next thing folks knew, she was tellin' round how Miss Trevor had gone to see her uncle, and meant to visit ..."

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