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3. layer, blanket, dusting, coating, film, sheet, leaf, foil, lamella, lamina; mask, screen, veil.
-v.
4. cloak, mantle, jacket, fur, bundle [s.o.] up, wrap [s.o.] up; robe, gown, garb, clothe, dress.
5. cover, overlay, paint, enamel, gild, wash, whitewash, calcimine, plaster, parget; overcoat, varnish, lacquer, glaze, veneer, laminate,

coating, n. 1. layer, blanket, dusting, film. See - coat (def. 3).
2. suiting, wool, tweed, worsted, flannel, gabardine, mackintosh; fabric, material, cloth,

coat of mail, n. hauberk, byrnie, habergeon; mail, chain mail, armor, suit of armor, armor plate, armature, panoply; cuirass, corselet, lorica, breastplate, Armor. brigandine; protection, covering, sheathing,

coax, v. 1. wheedle, cajole, beguile, charm, inveigle; persuade, win over, palaver, induce, move; invite, lure, entice, wile; encourage, urge, entreat, importune, implore; blandish, flatter, Inf. sweet-talk, Inf. soft-soap, butter up, Inf. butter, Inf. honey up; humor, jolly, pamper, pander to, cater to; fawn on, play up to, curry favor with.
2. manipulate, work, manuever, guide, direct, steer, pilot, engineer,

coaxing, n. wheedling, cajolery, blarney, beguile-ment, charm, inveiglement; urging, entreaty, importunity, imploring; persuasion, palaver, Inf. sweet talk, Inf. soft soap, Inf. honeyed words, Sl. line, Sl. snow job; humoring, jollying, pandering to, catering to, pampering, Inf. stroking; flattery, blandishment, Inf butter, Inf. honey; fawning, playing up to, Sl. butter-ing-up, Inf. apple-polishing, currying favor,

cobweb, n. 1. spider's web, gossamer, thread, filament, fiber, fibril, fibrilla, Biol, membrane, Zool. webbing.
2. gossamer, cheesecloth, mosquito netting, gauze, tissue, tissue paper; sheer, chiffon, voile, organza, organdy, lace, filigree; ephemera, thin air, vapor, smoke, fog, dust; bubble, fizz, effervescence, suds, foam, froth, lather, spume, spray; feather, fluff, flue, down, thistledown; dream, fantasy, daydream, illusion; hallucination, phantom, shadow, ghost, spirit; ignis fatuus, will-o'-the-wisp.
3. plot, intrigue, scheme, machination, conspiracy, complicated plan; network, mesh, web; net, trap, snare, ensnarement; tangle, snarl, entanglement, involvement, involution, entwinement, intertwinement; lattice, latticework, fret, fretwork, meander; labyrinth, maze.
4. cobwebs
confusion, indistinctness, fog, fogginess, vagueness, obscurity, dimness, cloudiness, unclarity; perplexity, uncertainty, bewilderment, bafflement, nonplus; paradox, puzzle, dilemma, quandary; disorder, disarray, disarrangement, disconcertment, muddle, jumble, mess.

cock1, n. 1. rooster, chanticleer, cockerel, male chicken; male bird or fowl, gander, drake, gobbler.
2. weathercock, weather vane, wind vane, vane.
3. leader, chief, captain. See - leader.
4.
stopcock, valve, faucet, tap, spigot.

cock2, v. 1. tilt, tip, incline, turn, twist, bend; set, position, pose.
2. stand up
or upright, perk up, rise, stick up or out; bristle, stand on end, stiffen up.
3.
Dialect, strut, swagger, swashbuckle, parade, put on airs, show off, flaunt oneself.

cockalorum, n. Informal, bantam cock, bantam, smart aleck, wiseacre, Sl. wise guy; jackanapes, whip-persnapper.

cockeyed, adj. 1. cross-eyed, strabismal, strabis
mic, strabismical, squinting, squint-eyed.

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