copartner

[ koh-pahrt-ner, koh-pahrt- ]SEE DEFINITION OF copartner

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In the city she is often copartner with her husband in the store, and assists him to save.

It was that he might hear the opinion of the court in connection with his copartner in crime.

I must hear speake a word also of Mr. John Oldom, who was a copartner with him in his after courses.

Sound policy therefore required a combination between France and England, in order to reduce their copartner within proper limits.

He was proud of his descent from Nahum Tate, the psalmodist, the copartner of Brady.

Bobby did not like the idea of having such a copartner as Tom Spicer, and he did not like to tell him so.

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