Definition of Cointer

1. to bury together [v -TERRED, -TERRING, -TERS]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cointer

coinsure
coinsured
coinsureds
coinsurer
coinsurers
coinsures
coinsuring
cointegrate
cointegrate structure
cointegrated
cointegrating
cointegration
cointegrations
cointense
cointension
cointer (current term)
cointerred
cointerring
cointers
cointervention
cointerventions
cointreau
cointreaus
cointroduction
coinvariants
coinvent
coinvented
coinventing
coinvention
coinventions

Literary usage of Cointer

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1. The New England Historical and Genealogical Register by Henry Fritz-Gilbert Waters (1855)
"Goodman cointer and Goodman ) , ,, Q 47. Goodwife Stedman joyned } April 16, 1637. 46. Goody Merrett and ) 48. ..."

2. United States Supreme Court Reports by Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company, United States Supreme Court (1910)
"... se reservent de s'entendre après le retour de la paix générale, soit se parement ent'rellis soit conjointement avec d'autres puissances cointer- ..."

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