Crossword clues for coze
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
to chat, 1828, of uncertain origin; perhaps from French causer "to talk," from Latin causari "to plead, dispute, discuss a question," from causa (see cause (n.)).
Usage examples of "coze".
Even her own daughters were to be kept in the dark, and she must therefore have a private coze with Miss Cummings as soon as she arrived.
Nesbitt an opportunity for a comfortable coze about their London circle of acquaintance as well as the people whom Amanda had met or shortly would meet in this locale.
Melanie to call upon and a long coze to enjoy together over the success of the house party.
There was Melanie to call upon and a long coze to enjoy together over the success of the house party.
Law invited Lady Beamish to sit near her on a sofa so that they could indulge in a comfortable coze together, as she phrased it, and Rannulf was offered the seat beside his grandmother.
There was a time, and rather a long one, when Daniel had seen Larry on the average of twice a day to pick up his phone messages and generally to coze.