Definition of Coshed
1. cosh [v] - See also: cosh
Lexicographical Neighbors of Coshed
coshed (current term)
Literary usage of Coshed
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The New Fiction: And Other Essays on Literary Subjects by H[enry] D[uff] Traill (1897)
"Mrs. Leary's stranger was 'happily coshed,' and afterwards thrown out into the street. As thus:— ' In a little while something large and dark was pushed ..."
2. The New Fiction: And Other Essays on Literary Subjects by Henry Duff Traill (1897)
"... when with a sudden blow behind the head the stranger was happily coshed, and whatever was found on him as he lay insensible was the profit of the ..."
3. The Works of Mary Russell Mitford: Prose and Verse by Mary Russell Mitford (1841)
"pick-pocket on the race-course. ! ordered to take a shower-bath, jumped out The diversion was, as I have said, coshed• I Well, this ugly piece of ground ..."
4. Fearful Symmetry by Andi Garwood, Anthony Weir (1996)
"At first they coshed each other with frozen turnips. Then one man picked up a chain-saw and severed the end off his foot. ..."