Definition of Cotise

1. n. See Cottise.



Definition of Cotise

1. to give a heraldic border [v COTISED, COTISING, COTISES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cotise

cothurnus
coticular
cotidal
cotija
cotilion
cotillion
cotillions
cotillon
cotillons
coting
cotinga
cotingas
cotinine
cotinines
cotisations
cotise (current term)
cotised
cotises
cotising
cotland
cotlands
cotoneaster
cotoneasters
cotquean
cotqueanity
cotqueans
cotranscription
cotranscriptional
cotranscriptions
cotransduce

Literary usage of Cotise

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1. A Treatise on the Parties to Actions, and on Pleading: With Second and Third by Joseph Chitty, Thomas Chitty, John A. Dunlap, Edward Duncan Ingraham (1837)
"... or other debt, or cotise of action fully, and conclude аз follows :] Wherefore the said plaintiff saith that he is injured, and hath sustained damage to ..."

2. A Grammar of the New Testament Greek by Alexander Buttmann (1873)
"Its fundamental signification, viz. departure from the exterior of an object, is of cotise the prevalent one in the NT also. Yet this, as well as all those ..."

3. A Theological Dictionary: Containing Definitions of All Religious Terms by Charles Buck (1831)
"... which are to be considered as ¡ire-requisites. or made disciples ; and that cotise- J are expressly commanded ; that if in- Ля (<j the mode. ..."

4. A Law Dictionary Containing Definitions of the Terms and Phrases of American by Henry Campbell Black (1910)
"... often called a "cotise célèbre," when It Is remarkable on account of tbe parties Involved or the unusual, Interesting, or sensational character of the ..."

5. A Familiar Introduction to Heraldry: Explaining in a Series of Lectures the by Archibald Barrington (1848)
"The cotise, or cost, K, generally accompanies the bend, one being placed on either ... The riband, K, is half a cotise, but does not touch the escutcheon at ..."

6. Heraldry, Ancient and Modern: Including Boutell's Heraldry by Charles Boutell, S. T. Aveling (1890)
"Cost or Couste.—A diminutive of the bend. See cotise. ... When a bend has a cotise on either side, it is blazoned a bend cotised. Cotton Hanks. ..."

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