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Clown
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Clown: Comic entertainer, usually seen in a circus with a painted face. A person who acts in a strange or comical manner provoking laughter. A rude or loud person.
Coachfellow
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Coachfellow: One of a pair of horses employed to draw a coach hence (Fig.), a comrade. Shak.
Coast waiter
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Coast waiter: Customhouse officer who supervises the shipping or arrival on the ground of merchandise for coasting trade
Coaster
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Coaster: A type of ship that was used for trade. A protective mat used under glasses and cups to protect the surface from stains or marks forming.
Coastguard
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Coastguard: An organization or group of people at sea who work together to ensure safety. Used to protect ships and prevent smuggling and generally protect the coastlin
Coasting
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Coasting: A sailing along a coast, or from port to port a carrying on a coasting trade. Sliding down hill sliding on a sled upon snow or ice. [Local, U.
Coasting trade
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Coasting trade: Trade between ports along the same coast of the same country
Cobbler
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Cobbler: The process of making and mending shoes. The person who does this process. A type of pie made of fruit and biscuits.
Cobden
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Cobden: Family name Richard Cobden (1804-1865), British economist and statesman who was a leader and supporter of free trade and opposed protectionism
Cobdenism
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Cobdenism: Economic theory that concentrates upon the free market and free trade (named after Richard Cobden the British statesman and economist)
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