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Cog, vb. intr., to cheat, to deceive, especially by smooth lies: “this scurvy, --ing companion,” Wiv. III, 1, 123. “I cannot c., I cannot prate,” III, 3, 50. “I cannot c. and say thou art this and that,” III, 3, 50 “lie and c. and flout,” Ado V, 1, 95. “since you can c., I'll play no more with you,” LLL V, 2, 235. “smooth, deceive and c.” R3 I, 3, 48. “you --ing Greeks,” Troil. V, 6, 11. “you hear him c., see him dissemble,” Tim. V, 1, 98. “some --ing, cozening slave,” Oth. IV, 2, 132.
Followed by an accus. indicating the result: “c. their hearts from them,” Cor. III, 2, 133.
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