Definition of Couths

1. couth [n] - See also: couth



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Couths

cousins-in-law
cousinship
cousinships
couta boat
couta boats
couteau
couteaux
couter
couters
couth
couther
couthest
couthie
couthier
couthiest
couths (current term)
couthy
coutil
coutille
coutilles
coutils
coutinhoite
couture
coutures
couturier
couturiere
couturieres
couturiers
couvade
couvades

Literary usage of Couths

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1. History of England from the Fall of Wolsey to the Death of Elizabeth by James Anthony Froude (1862)
"The devil cannot stop their mouths, But they will talk of such un- couths All that ever they ken Against spiritual men." I am unable to quote more than a ..."

2. A History of English Rhythms by Edwin Guest (1838)
"... And loud to the harp the voice resounded; When many men, proud of soul, Said in words (they that couths well) That they never better song heard. ..."

3. A Book of Ballads, Old and New by Guido Hermann Stempel (1917)
"When frae her mouth I ne'er heard couths Nor wi' my eyes her saw." 3 "0 well sal ye my true-love ken, As soon as you her see; For, of a' the flowers of fair ..."

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