Definition of Copens
1. copen [n] - See also: copen
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Copens
Literary usage of Copens
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Royal Military Chronicle: Or, British Officers Monthly Register and (1812)
"Whence the order proceeded, is unknown, but General copens appeared highly enraged when he was informed.pf it. Monday, December 30. ..."
2. Life, Military and Civil, of the Duke of Wellington by William Hamilton Maxwell (1852)
"Colonel copens commanded the Spanish, and Colonel Skerrett the British troops; and in spite of the formidable ..."
3. The Statutes at Large: From Magna Charta to ... 1869 by Great Britain (1765)
"... called the Weft Water ; and from thence along by the faid •water to a place called copens Corner ; and from thence to ..."
4. Seven years' campaigning in the Peninsula and the Netherlands, from 1808 to 1815 by Richard D. Henegan (1846)
"... accompanied by two battalions of Spaniards and ten guns, under the command of General copens. The siege and assault of Tarifa by General Laval, ..."