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Alternative clues for the word kos
Feats of Clay: Abbr.
Coups de grвЂљce
Sends to the canvas
Most Foreman wins, informally
Some ring outcomes, for short
Floors at M.S.G.
Floors, for short
Flattens, for short
Bout enders, for short
Some boxing wins, briefly
Ring victories, for short
Puts down, in brief
Many Tyson finishes
Sugar Ray stats
Ring results, briefly
Nails but good
Some W.B.A. wins
Ring results, for short
Bout enders, briefly
Flattens in the ring, for short
Match closers, for short
Dramatic boxing results, briefly
Big hits, for short
Belts in which stars are seen?
Some boxing wins, for short
Mike Tyson stat
Stats in Street Fighter
Belts boxers don't want to receive?
Ring wallops, informally
Flattens, in brief
Sends to the canvas, for short
Takes down, briefly
37 bout results for Muhammad Ali, informally
Decks, in brief
Stats for 35-Across
More than staggers
Boxing victories, briefly
An Indian unit of length having different values in different localities
Coups de gr
Part of Ali's rec.
Birthplace of Hippocrates
Some wins by 17 Across
Puts down for the count
Bests, in bouts
Renders unconscious, briefly
Ingemar Johansson wins
These come from stiff socks
Stats re Louis, Ali et al.
Drop shots, in the ring
Items in Ali's rec.
Parts of Ali's rec.
Delivers a haymaker
Lands a haymaker
Arithmetic for Holmes
Word definitions for kos in dictionaries
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
kos \kos\ n. an Indian unit of length having different values in different localities. Syn: coss.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
Word definitions in Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
measure of distance in India (about 2 miles), from Hindi kos , from Sanskrit krosah , literally "a call, a shout;" thus, "distance within which a man's shout can be heard."
Word definitions in WordNet
n. an Indian unit of length having different values in different localities [syn: coss ]
Word definitions in Wikipedia
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Usage examples of kos.
Unlike most SEALS, who only took their work seriously, Kos Kosciuszko took life too seriously to accept a ribbing in the proper spirit.
He, Mac, Roselli, Kos Kosciuszko, and Ed DeWitt were sitting in a secure planning room amid stacks of maps, papers, intelligence files, and satellite photographs.
Ed DeWitt and Kos Kosciuszko were giving the route map a last bit of study.
With their armored car in the lead, then the two Mercedes, and finally DeWitt and Kos bringing up the rear in the second armored car, the SEALs started down the road into the cold Lebanese night.
Baalbek, Lebanon Ed DeWitt, imager in hand, was leading Kos Kosciuszko out of the warehouse when an automatic weapon opened up off to their right.
The Mercedes was screaming through the streets of Baalbek, and Kos Kosciuszko was laid out across the back seat.
Without moving Kos, he slipped his hands underneath and checked the back.
He made himself comfortable, and they left Kos Kosciuszko to regain consciousness on his own.
Razor picked up DeWitt while Murdock threw Kos Kosciuszko into the undamaged Mercedes.
PKM to Kos Kosciuszko and received a lighter, faster-handling Kalashnikov AKM from Doc.
Then Kos Kosciuszko, with the machine gun and close to seven hundred rounds linked, all that had been left in the Mercedes.
Jaybird and Murdock went across the dirt road first, while Kos and Higgins, on either flank, trained their weapons up and down the road.
Sensing it, Kos Kosciuszko raised up on his knees and held down the trigger on his PKM machine gun.
In his will Kos Kosciuszko named Blake Murdock the executor of his estate.
Then they all got loudly shit-faced and told Kos Kosciuszko stories long into the night.