: a weighted weapon similar to a blackjack
Origin of COSH
perhaps from Romany kaš, kašt
stick, piece of wood
First Known Use: 1869
Rhymes with COSH
: to hit (someone) with a cosh
transitive verb chiefly British
: to strike or assault with or as if with a cosh
Examples of COSH
- He was coshed on the head.
First Known Use of COSH
Next Word in the Dictionary: cosherPrevious Word in the Dictionary: cosey ()All Words Near: cosh
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