coffer[ kaw-fer, kof-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF coffer
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How had her body come to be in the coffer, he wondered, when all the others were—gone?
A fourth time he advanced, trembling, and seized the lid of the coffer.
So that man packed away all his cattle for him in the coffer.
How shall I be able to get all this great herd into so small a coffer?
Thus a coffer dam was formed to receive the concrete as shown in Fig. 34.
Coffer cut with ledges and catch-holes for a lid, like other sarcophagi.
Then he ordered the coffer to be opened, and told her all that had happened.
For his own coffer he extracted a fiveweight and slipped it into his boot top.
The old man pressed the little book to his lips and concealed it in his coffer.
Please you, Mistress, there was nought but that in the coffer.