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Origin of cote1
Words nearby cote
Definition for cote (2 of 3)
verb (used with object), cot·ed, cot·ing.Obsolete.
Origin of cote2
Definition for cote (3 of 3)
noun, plural côtes [koht]. /koʊt/. French.
Example sentences from the Web for cote
At this point, the early days of Season 3, Cote (Ziva) was a rookie herself.
We were told to really have fun with it, they wanted a sexy thing happening, and Cote delivered.
Tapanes claimed that before the shooting Cote was being confrontational.
Tapanes opened the door and shot Cote once in the chest with a shotgun.
Tapanes then shot Cote at point-blank range in the stomach, killing the teenager.
And really, the little dove-cote, as Mrs. Prentice had called their new home, was a veritable love of a place!The Girls of Central High on the Stage|Gertrude W. Morrison
When the war began, there stood on Cote Joyeuse an imposing mansion of red brick, shaped like the Pantheon.
La Petite had determined upon trying to fit herself to the strange, narrow existence which she knew awaited her at Cote Joyeuse.
Little more than a year later the transformation which the old Valmet place had undergone was the talk and wonder of Cote Joyeuse.
He found a sheep-cote on the side of the mountain and lay down and slept between sheep.The King of Ireland's Son|Padraic Colum
British Dictionary definitions for cote (1 of 2)
- a small shelter for pigeons, sheep, etc
- (in combination)dovecote