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cosset

verb A poetic (i.e., non-medical) term meaning to caress and fondle lovingly and intimately.
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The 43-year-old Cosset is chief commercial officer and chief information officer of 84.
ALTERNATIVELY, revamp and cosset an existing sofa or chair with soft-to-the-touch knitted wool throws.
Teachers are expected to coddle and cosset children so that their self-esteem is not injured, while parents wonder why they are so ill-prepared for the real world.
His closest party advisers cosset idealistic leader George Jones like a hospital patient, shielding him from any bad news or dissent in his party while producing a huge amount of spin.
And she starts an affair with Charles-Henri's elderly uncle, Edgar Cosset, formerly a member of the Chamber of Deputies and still an influential voice on the French national scene.