noun, plural kos. (in India)
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or K.O., k.o., kay·o
noun, plural KO's.
verb (used with object), KO'd, KO'ing.
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“More and Better Democrat” declared The Daily Kos in a headline.
So had MoveOn, Daily Kos, Chris Hayes, Paul Krugman, and the editorial page of The New York Times.Rising Left in the Democratic Party Killed Larry Summers' Fed Chair Chances|Peter Beinart|September 16, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Anyway, as Jed Lewison notes at Kos, strike one, strike two...the handwriting is on the wall.
In that way, it resembles other progressive institutions—Daily Kos, Center for American Progress—born during the Bush years.
I guess, like this Daily Kos diarist, that our children are 41 percent lazier than they were a decade ago.
Costive, kos′tiv, adj. having the motion of the bowels too slow: constipated.
We will go very softly, perhaps a kos a day, for the Search is sure.Kim|Rudyard Kipling
Coscinomancy, kos′i-no-man-si, n. an ancient mode of divination by a sieve and pair of shears.
Costrel, kos′trel, n. a kind of bottle with ears, to be hung at the waist.
That day his horse ran twelve kos there and back three times within an hour.Santal Folk Tales|A. Campbell