- From cog to wheedle. (Wiktionary)
“When a old cogger like me at 74 yrs old can kill a Mulie at 345 yds in Mt it must be the gun and I got the Lopein Wy with the 700 25-06 at 325 yds.”
“Already in a bit of a funk, the uncomfortable metal seats were the first of disappointments for this old cogger.”
“He is a cogger of dice, I tell thee — a chanter of horseflesh.”
“Yet within ten hours came the men of the King; these took him aboard a cogger, the cogger took them to Calais, and at the gate of Calais town the King's men kicked him into the country of”
“He is a cogger of dice, I tell thee -- a chanter of horseflesh.”
“With that L16 comes a 4-speed lickity stick, but that's not all, as there's also a five-cogger out of a roadster for all your shifting pleasure.”
“And we're not talking the '50's here, these were the' 80's. [/ ol 'cogger tone]”
“-- and what is the pickpocket who takes five pounds, to the cogger of dice who will cheat you of a hundred in the third part of a night?”
“[ol 'cogger tone] When I was growing up going to church every Sunday is what was both expected and done.”
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Selections from Mrs. Byrne's Dictionary of Unusual, Obscure and Preposterous Words by Josefa Heifetz Byrne (University Books, 1974). Definitions in the comments when not available elsewhere.
You're on the grift, same as me.
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