Definition of Coifing

1. Verb. (present participle of coif) ¹



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Definition of Coifing

1. coif [v] - See also: coif

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Coifing

coidentity
coif
coifed
coiffe
coiffed
coiffes
coiffeur
coiffeurs
coiffeuse
coiffeuses
coiffing
coiffure
coiffured
coiffures
coiffuring
coifing (current term)
coifs
coign
coign of vantage
coigne
coigned
coignes
coigning
coigns
coil
coil gland
coil gun
coil spring
coil up
coil winder

Literary usage of Coifing

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1. Life with the Forty-ninth Massachusetts Volunteers by Henry T. Johns (1864)
"coifing, Esq., placed one hundred dollars in the hands of Lieutenant Tucker, ... Many a weary one may yet thank the considerate heart of Mr. coifing. ..."

2. The Lives of the Chief Justices of England: From the Norman Conquest Till by Baron John Campbell Campbell, James Cockcroft (1894)
"... his former coifing by Cromwell being deemed invalid.2 But, although always respectful to the sovereign, he never displayed the slightest anxiety about ..."

3. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1835)
"... all ยปcoifing at that religion which they had been forbid to investigate, and all hating the super- ..."

4. The Liberty and Free Soil Parties in the Northwest: Toppan Prize Essay of 1896 by Theodore Clarke Smith (1897)
"Finally the Fourth Congressional District Convention nominated C. coifing, a strong anti-slavery man, on an outright Free Soil platform. ..."

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