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Definition of Cossie
1. a swimming costume [n -S]
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Literary usage of Cossie
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Bulletin by Kentucky Geological Survey, Kentucky State Geologist, University of Kentucky (1905)
"Brought to the writer by Mr. cossie, from his land a half mile out the Antioch Road after leaving the Carrsville-Hampton Road. Said to be found in a drain. ..."
2. Abstracts of Wills in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury at Somerset House by Prerogative Court, James Henry Lea, Province of Canterbury, Church of England (1904)
"cossie, his chn.; chn. of sons-in-law John Pells and Wm. Dowe; ... cossie.) (Adm. gr. io Nov. 1621, to Nichs. Allen, cred. of John cossie, ..."
3. Bulletin by Geological Survey of Kentucky, State Geologist (1905)
"cossie Clay.—A greyish-white plastic clay, yellowish in part from limonite ... Brought to the writer by Mr. cossie, from his land a half mile out the ..."
4. Clays in Several Parts of Kentucky: With Some Account of Sands, Marls and by James Henry Gardner, F. Julius Fohs, August F. Foerste (1905)
"cossie Clay.—A greyish-white plastic clay, yellowish in part from ... Brought to the writer by Mr. cossie, from his land a half mile out the Antioch Road ..."
5. The Calcutta Christian Observer (1835)
"Here surrounded by high hills covered with jungle, we pitched our tent on the banks of the cossie river, which is a mountain stream, flowing over a sandy ..."