Definition of Coxswained

1. coxswain [v] - See also: coxswain



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Coxswained

coxing
coxitic scoliosis
coxitides
coxitis
coxless
coxless four
coxless pair
coxless pairs
coxodynia
coxofemoral
coxotomy
coxotuberculosis
coxsackievirus
coxsackieviruses
coxswain
coxswained (current term)
coxswaining
coxswains
coxy
coy
coy dog
coydog
coydogs
coyed
coyer
coyest
coying
coyish
coyishly
coyly

Literary usage of Coxswained

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1. Outing (1893)
"When they arrived the crew was out for a spin, coached by Gifford, who coxswained Umpty four's first freshman crew to victory at Saltonstall. ..."

2. Some Account of George William Wilshere, Baron Bramwell of Hever, and His by Charles Fairfield (1898)
"I can't write unless coxswained by my subject. You must not limit me, therefore. If what I write does not suit you, put it unceremoniously in the ..."

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