- n. Plural form of cosset.
“The Washington D. C.-based council usually chooses a country club or resort for the meeting, a venue that cossets and closets attendees to preclude public scrutiny of CEOs on their way to the first tee.”
“She saves the boy from the sinking, and at her house, far from Arles, she sits him on a bidet, cossets and undresses him, savors the taste of his sticky skin and washes him off.”
“What might architecture, and the spaces it shapes and cossets, be like if we could only think about it freely?”
“The G packs 306 horsepower and great handling, but it still cossets with a beautiful and comfortable interior with optional state-of-the-art electronics.”
“Now, although most of the funding for the war is off-budget in the form of emergency appropriations, the percentage of the budget that we toil for has to be overwhelmingly weighted toward the new militarism that Bush has subjected us to as he cossets his imperial oligarchy to the depth that countless future generations will suffer from the debt alone.”
“But I had heard, I own, that Master Desmond Burke was in high favor with your squire; 'tis even whispered that Master Desmond cherishes, cultivates, cossets the old man -- a bachelor, I understand, and wealthy, and lacking kith or kin.”
“And when I be come with th 'drink, she takes the cup out o' my hand, and makes th 'wench drink 't, holding it to her lips with one hand, while with the other she cossets her hair and cheek.”
“And how could any live creeter brook the agony them long steel cossets wuz dealin 'the wearer?”
“But girls will be more apt to catch her, when they leave off cossets, and long trains, and high-heeled shoes”
“And they would probable be disgusted because she didn't wear cossets.”
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