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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of couch.
- adj. couché
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Same as couch�.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In heraldry, lying on its side, as a chevron represented as issuant from either side of the escutcheon.
- In embroidery. See couching, 5.
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Lay down -- or "couched," is appropriate to the lion, the Arab name of which means "the coucher."
Young, and myself pushed on to the place where he again couched; he seemed extremely savagehis eyes rolling, & his tail lashing, with one of his fore paws on a ladder which had drop'd from my
Observe, again, that the language in which these Beatitudes are couched is purposely fetched from the Old
While Levin’s reservations are reasonable, especially given the Pakistani government’s repeated double games with and capitulations to militants, they remain couched in a transactional view of the U.S.
It was not lost on Arabs and Muslims that George W. Bush, rather than speaking to them, spoke about them, in negative terms, and in terms couched as demands, and, in so doing, did them insult.
Yeah, I suppose that was the idea couched behind that anonymous comment disguised as an advertisement for Mammoth Dog Beds.
A single name couched in a terrified scream that chilled his blood to ice.
Couch "d] Let the - reader observe how artfully the word couched is placed, so as to make the sound expressive of the sense, — others on the grass CouchM. —
D'Antoni came across as a freewheeling soul, quick with a smile and a quip, every word couched in a disarming West Virginia drawl.
This kind of couched nativism really must be shouted down!