Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In heraldry, same as rempli, but admitting in some cases of two metals or two colors being carried side by side, contrary to the usual custom: as, a chief argent cousu or.

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Examples

  • J'vous ferais remarquer que la tete dans l'cul hier j'ai cousu le trous d'entrée du pouce du coup j'pouvais pas enfiler mon gant (ouais yen a qu'un pour l'instant) ca craint ...

    pinku-tk Diary Entry

  • Son voisin, au contraire, étant tout cousu d’or, 5

    Le Savetier et le Financier

  • My bill for my maid and myself, for two days at a hotel in Boston, was nine pounds; so how anybody can afford to live there who is not, as the French say, "cousu d'or," passes my comprehension ....

    Further Records, 1848-1883: A Series of Letters

  • _Bien coupe, mal cousu_; such is the most favourable verdict I can pass on this voluminous effusion of a spirit smacking rather of the schools than of the field.

    A Study of Shakespeare

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