Definition of Coseys
1. cosey [n] - See also: cosey
Lexicographical Neighbors of Coseys
Literary usage of Coseys
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Recollections by William O'Brien (1905)
"Lady devotees sent him innumerable other marks of homage worked in the dangerous colour—embroidered smoking-caps, tea-coseys, and even bright green hosiery. ..."
2. Red: White: and Blue Badge, Pennsylvania Veteran Volunteers: A History of by Penrose G. Mark (1911)
"coseys division, heing compelled to foree their way through' n thick swamp to ,•l•tin that point. t'l'or coming into position, and in fact hefore the men ..."
3. Sessional Papers by Ontario Legislative Assembly (1898)
"... Tea coseys made 6 Table napkins 77 Skirts • 50 Pillow slips 54 Quilts 29 Sheets 40 Towels 69 Table cloths 25 Tray covers ." 12 Waists 120 Repairs and ..."