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Py cosh, if dat iss der vay you wants your grub, py cosh, dat iss der vay you gets it alreatty!
THE HAPPY FAMILYBERTHA MUZZY BOWER
Py cosh, I vould keel der fool vot made her first von of der automo-beels, yet!
FLYING U RANCHB. M. BOWER
"Py cosh, I got all der rights dere iss," Patsy returned querulously.
Cosh, a neddy, a life-preserver; any short, loaded bludgeon.
THE SLANG DICTIONARYJOHN CAMDEN HOTTEN
Cosh-carrying was near to being the major industry of the Jago.
A CHILD OF THE JAGOARTHUR MORRISON
Sheep's vool shtickin' by der fences efferwhere on der ranch, py cosh!
FLYING U RANCHB. M. BOWER
"Py cosh, I not cook chuck for you fellers ven I'm sick," he mumbled dazedly.
THE HAPPY FAMILYBERTHA MUZZY BOWER
The cosh was a foot length of iron rod, with a knob at one end, and a hook (or a ring) at the other.
A CHILD OF THE JAGOARTHUR MORRISON
The Jago was black with night, the rats came and went, and the cosh-carriers lurked on landings.
A CHILD OF THE JAGOARTHUR MORRISON
Coshery, kosh′ėr-i, n. the ancient right of an Irish chief to quarter himself and his retainers on his tenantry—also Cosh′ering.

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nonesuchnoun | [nuhn-suhch ]SEE DEFINITION