Definition of Coigned
1. coigne [v] - See also: coigne
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Coigned
Literary usage of Coigned
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Numismatic Chronicle, and Journal of the Numismatic Society by Royal Numismatic Society (Great Britain) (1881)
"... coigned within the same, to the universall losse and hurt of all thoo to ... pece of sylver to be coigned hereafter within our said land of Ireland, ..."
2. A General Collection of the Best and Most Interesting Voyages and Travels in by John Pinkerton (1808)
"... but coigned and faced in many parts with a red gritt found in the neighbourhood. It is highly probable this ifland has been fortified in fome manner ..."
3. Original Letters Illustrative of English History: Including Numerous Royal by Henry Ellis (1846)
"... coigned within the same to the universall losse and hurt of all thoo to whose ... that on either side of every pece of sylver to be coigned herafter ..."
4. The Gentleman's Magazine (1841)
"The west end retained some interesting features ; the south-west angle of the nave was entirely coigned with Roman tiles, one side of which only could be ..."
5. A Tour Through the Island of Mann, in 1797 and 1798: Comprising Sketches of by John Feltham (1798)
"... but coigned and faced in ... but the angles, window cafes, and arches, are coigned and formed with a ..."
6. Feltham's Tour Through the Isle of Man, in 1797 and 1798: Comprising by John Feltham (1861)
"They are flanked with towers, and are remarkably rough, being built with a coarse grey stone, but coigned and faced in many parts with a red grit found in ..."