cog (v.) Old form(s): cogg, cogge
cheat, swindle, hoodwink, wheedle
LLL V.ii.235[masked Princess to masked Berowne] Since you can cog, I'll play no more with you
MA V.i.95[Antonio to Leonato, of boys like Claudio and Don Pedro] That lie and cog and flout
Tim V.i.93[Timon to Poet and Painter, of a knave] you hear him cog, see him dissemble
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