Definition of Cohogs
1. cohog [n] - See also: cohog
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cohogs
Literary usage of Cohogs
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The New England Historical and Genealogical Register (1860)
"Went into the water and found a great number of clams and cohogs—some very large. Grapes were plenty on the small islands. A shower came on and gave us a ..."
2. Five Hundred Dollars,: And Other Stories of New England Life by Heman White Chaplin (1887)
"Why, of course, they is a comparison between everything, — but then, cohogs don't really compare with oysters! That's true!" And then he paused to eat a few ..."
3. Report on the Geology, Mineralogy, Botany, and Zoology of Massachusetts by Massachusetts Geological Survey, Edward Hitchcock (1835)
"We then cleared away and found a plate of iron (ore) about two inches thick : under this plate lay a bed of strong marsh mud, full of cohogs and clams, ..."
4. Stories by American Authors (1898)
"Of course, they ain't no comparison—that is—no comparison—why, of course, they is a comparison between everything, but then, cohogs ..."
5. Brandon: Or, A Hundred Years Ago. A Tale of the American Colonies by Osmond Tiffany (1858)
"... guess I did'nt want to be kep in that are region all my life, bein treated to nothin but cohogs* and leather pies.f My views o' human natur was much ..."