Look at me," he exclaimed, drawing attention to his considerable girth, "I'm not sleeping on a cot.
Even as he sits and weeps alone on his cot, multiple personalities surround him.
Apparently, Ryan tried bragging about how he sleeps in a cot in his office—to a nun.
He sleeps on a cot in his office and returns home to be with his family every Thursday.
The Qari spent weeks sitting on his cot reciting in a sing-song chant the entire Quran.
A cot for Pen and a book shelf or two with a corner clothes closet and some hammock swung chairs completed the furniture.
The master was sitting up in his cot, with a black boy attending on him.
After Papa had gone away, she knelt down by the side of Judy's cot.
Babs slept peacefully in her cot at the other end of the room.
The cot where I was born shall see me die; and if the roof is took off, why, I'll put it back again.
"small bed," 1630s, from Hindi khat "couch, hammock," from Sanskrit khatva, probably from a Dravidian source (cf. Tamil kattil "bedstead").
"hut, cottage;" see cote.
Abbreviation of cotangent