from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A flatterer or deceiver.
- n. A sharper.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A flatterer or deceiver; a sharper.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In mining, one who builds up the roof-supports or cogs.
- n. A flatterer; a deceiver; a cheat.
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.