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  • noun Plural form of cot.

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Examples

  • The very definition of the term cots oft* your 2d and 3d obferva job.

    The Monthly Review

  • Their course was then taken along the Cartlane Craigs, at a distance from villages and mountain cots, which, leaning from their verdant heights, seemed to invite the traveller to refreshment and repose.

    The Scottish Chiefs

  • 61 During the same period this shows the increase in cots deaths as against the amount of people smoking its supposed cause - Up 500% and halved

    Archive 2007-08-19

  • 61 During the same period this shows the increase in cots deaths as against the amount of people smoking its supposed cause - Up 500% and halved

    The Soixante-neuf of Liberty

  • Asked if it wasn't a bit indulgent for a union to be looking after the napping needs of its constituents, Mr. Lawson said no, the cots are a necessity, particularly on matinée days and during 12-hour-a-day tech weeks, but also during the normal run of a show.

    Lying Down on the Job? It's in the Contract

  • Lying on one of the cots were a Marine and one of the prostitutes.

    The Village

  • Lying on one of the cots were a Marine and one of the prostitutes.

    The Village

  • Lying on one of the cots were a Marine and one of the prostitutes.

    The Village

  • Lying on one of the cots were a Marine and one of the prostitutes.

    The Village

  • Uncle Jim, he was de bed-maker, and he made up a heap of little beds lak what dey calls cots now.

    Slave Narratives: a Folk History of Slavery in the United States From Interviews with Former Slaves Georgia Narratives, Part 1

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