Definition of Cossets

1. Noun. (plural of cosset) ¹



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Definition of Cossets

1. cosset [v] - See also: cosset

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cossets

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

Literary usage of Cossets

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1. The New England Farmer by Samuel W. Cole (1857)
"I think that a few cossets may afford a handsome profit. n. MP A wheel hoe costs from 75 cts. to $1,50. There are two or three kinds of horse hoes, ..."

2. The Canada Law Journal by William S. Hein & Company (1883)
"cossets, for defendant. Ferguson, J.] HARPER v. CULBERT. [Jan. 15. Mortgagor—Mortgagee—Power of sale -Execution ..."

3. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1888)
"... from among the host of former officers the Survey annals commemorate, the names of Alexander Hobe and his "gunner" namesake, the two cossets, Vicars, ..."

4. Country Life: A Handbook of Agriculture, Horticulture, and Landscape Gardening by Robert Morris Copeland (1866)
"... the lambs are separated from the ewes, leaving with the lambs one or two dry ewes, or cossets, to keep them tame, and teach them to follow the shepherd. ..."

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