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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CORSE

On my faith, I thought they always called it the Island of Corse.

As she was the richest gal of all the season, of corse Frederick fell in love with her.

A landing party had been attacked and cut up on the Corse of Slakes.

Algrie is a part of France, a Department across the seas like Corse.

Then hither came a chamberlain / who Siegfried's corse found waiting there.

All through the night we knelt and prayed, Mad mourners of a corse!

As received at Kenesaw this message read, “Corse is here with ——.”

General Corse was wounded in the face, and all of his staff killed or wounded.

"Then you have seen Corse de Leon," said the priest, abruptly.

"The way of all others to make him escape you," replied Corse de Leon.

WORD ORIGIN

mid-13c., from Old French cors, from Latin corpus "body" (see corps for history and development). Archaic from 16c.

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