- v be false to; be dishonest with
- v act with artful deceit
- v cheat or trick
He cozened the money out of the old man
- 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.
- The purpose of all this red-carpeting: to cozen Iran away from its allies in the Baghdad Pact.
- The story that should make the play go makes it stop whether Waltzing Dan can cozen a long-ignored son (Orson Bean) into giving him houseroom to die in.
News & Articles
- 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.
July 20, 2013 - Law.com