Definition of Coystrils

1. coystril [n] - See also: coystril



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Coystrils

coyote bush
coyote ugly
coyoteite
coyotelike
coyotes
coyotillo
coyotillos
coypou
coypous
coypu
coypus
coys
coystrel
coystrels
coystril
coystrils (current term)
coywolf
coywolves
coz
coze
cozed
cozen
cozenage
cozenages
cozened
cozener
cozeners
cozening
cozens
cozes

Literary usage of Coystrils

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1. John Standish; Or, The Harrowing of London by Edward Gilliat (1889)
"The voice came from the throng of coystrils,* friars, hucksters, and jongleurs,t who filled the lower hall. ' Step up, man, and give the court thy name and ..."

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