cozen cozen


  1. (v) be false to; be dishonest with
  2. (v) act with artful deceit
  3. (v) cheat or trick



  1. The past perfect tense gives way to the present imperative now -- because there's a dogfight among the four middle-aged men whose tough job it is to cozen the consumer.
  2. The purpose of all this red-carpeting: to cozen Iran away from its allies in the Baghdad Pact.
  3. Winters' country-cozen dialect is familiar, and Phyllis Diller attacks her customary fright-wig role with the comic appeal of a black-widow spider putting away a fly.


  • Cozen O'Connor Same-Sex Marriage Case Back on

    A federal judge in Philadelphia has reinstated to an active docket a case involving whether the parents or former wife of a deceased female Cozen O'Connor partner are entitled to her profit-sharing plan benefits.
    on July 20, 2013     Source:

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