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[kog-uh n]
  1. (Frederick) Donald,1909–2000, English clergyman: archbishop of Canterbury 1974–80.
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Historical Examples

  • A faint "ting-ting" resounded from under Coggan's waistcoat.

    Far from the Madding Crowd

    Thomas Hardy

  • "I fancied we should know something to-day," continued Coggan.

  • Coggan, you call yourself a man, and don't know better than this.

  • "Joseph, I seed you squeezing close to the carriage," said Coggan, as they walked.

  • "I'll see, sir," said Mrs. Coggan, and in a minute appeared in the room.