Definition of Cozeners

1. Noun. (plural of cozener) ¹



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Definition of Cozeners

1. cozener [n] - See also: cozener

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cozeners

coys
coystrel
coystrels
coystril
coystrils
coywolf
coywolves
coz
coze
cozed
cozen
cozenage
cozenages
cozened
cozener
cozeners (current term)
cozening
cozens
cozes
cozey
cozeys
cozie
cozied
cozier
coziers
cozies
coziest
cozily
coziness
cozinesses

Literary usage of Cozeners

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1. The Monthly Review by Ralph Griffiths (1778)
"The cozeners ; a Comedy, in Three A£b. As it is performed at the Theatre Royal in the Haymarket. Written by- the late Samuel Foote, Efq; ..."

2. Historical and Biographical Essays by John Forster (1858)
"Not long after his re-appearance in London he produced his cozeners. Here again was legitimate satire. It exposed traffickers in vice, denounced the ..."

3. The Minor Theatre: Being a Collection of the Most Approved Farces, Operas (1794)
"... acquaintance with the manners and practice of the worst part of the world, is as fully displayed in hh cozeners as in any piece Foote has given to it. ..."

4. The New English by T[homas] L[aurence] Kington Oliphant (1886)
"cozeners (1774). Here troth is made to rime with oath ; I have lately heard wroth (iratus) pronounced from the pulpit in the same way ; a useful distinction ..."

5. The Monthly Review by Ralph Griffiths (1778)
"The cozeners ; a Comedy, in Three A£b. As it is performed at the Theatre Royal in the Haymarket. Written by- the late Samuel Foote, Efq; ..."

6. Historical and Biographical Essays by John Forster (1858)
"Not long after his re-appearance in London he produced his cozeners. Here again was legitimate satire. It exposed traffickers in vice, denounced the ..."

7. The Minor Theatre: Being a Collection of the Most Approved Farces, Operas (1794)
"... acquaintance with the manners and practice of the worst part of the world, is as fully displayed in hh cozeners as in any piece Foote has given to it. ..."

8. The New English by T[homas] L[aurence] Kington Oliphant (1886)
"cozeners (1774). Here troth is made to rime with oath ; I have lately heard wroth (iratus) pronounced from the pulpit in the same way ; a useful distinction ..."

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