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Meanings of Coiffing:

verb

Style or arrange (someone's hair).

Usage examples:

Gloria's hair was coiffed in its usual way
noun

A woman's close-fitting cap, now only worn under a veil by nuns.

Usage examples:

Her black habit and white starched coif

Coiffure

kwɑːˈfjʊə

Meanings of Coiffure:

noun

A person's hairstyle.

Usage examples:

Diana's intricately braided coiffure

Coiffures

kwɑːˈfjʊə

Meanings of Coiffures:

noun

A person's hairstyle.

Usage examples:

Diana's intricately braided coiffure

Meanings of Coifing:

verb

Style or arrange (someone's hair).

Usage examples:

Gloria's hair was coiffed in its usual way
noun

A woman's close-fitting cap, now only worn under a veil by nuns.

Usage examples:

Her black habit and white starched coif

Meanings of Coifs:

noun

A woman's close-fitting cap, now only worn under a veil by nuns.

Usage examples:

Her black habit and white starched coif
verb

Short for coiffure.

Coign

ˌkɔɪn əv ˈvɑːn.tɪdʒ

Meanings of Coign:

noun

A projecting corner or angle of a wall.

Usage examples:

And presently we came upon the ruin of yet another gate that marked the entrance to what had once b…

Meanings of Coigns:

noun

A projecting corner or angle of a wall.

Usage examples:

And presently we came upon the ruin of yet another gate that marked the entrance to what had once b…

Coil

kɔɪl

Meanings of Coil:

noun

A length of something wound in a joined sequence of concentric rings.

Usage examples:

A coil of rope
verb

Arrange (something long and flexible) in a coil.

Usage examples:

He began to coil up the heavy ropes

Meanings of Coiled:

verb

Arrange (something long and flexible) in a coil.

Usage examples:

He began to coil up the heavy ropes
noun

A length of something wound in a joined sequence of concentric rings.

Usage examples:

A coil of rope

Meanings of Coiling:

verb

Arrange (something long and flexible) in a coil.

Usage examples:

He began to coil up the heavy ropes
noun

A length of something wound in a joined sequence of concentric rings.

Usage examples:

A coil of rope

Coils

kɔɪl

Meanings of Coils:

noun

A length of something wound in a joined sequence of concentric rings.

Usage examples:

A coil of rope
verb

Arrange (something long and flexible) in a coil.

Usage examples:

He began to coil up the heavy ropes

Coin

kɔɪn

Meanings of Coin:

noun

A flat disc or piece of metal with an official stamp, used as money.

Usage examples:

She opened her purse and took out a coin
verb

Make (coins) by stamping metal.

Usage examples:

Guineas and half-guineas were coined

Coinage

ˈkɔɪ.nɪdʒ

Meanings of Coinage:

noun

Coins collectively.

Usage examples:

The volume of coinage in circulation

Coinages

ˈkɔɪnɪdʒ

Meanings of Coinages:

noun

Coins collectively.

Usage examples:

The volume of coinage in circulation

Coincide

ˌkəʊɪnˈsʌɪd

Meanings of Coincide:

verb

Occur at the same time.

Usage examples:

Publication is timed to coincide with a major exhibition

Coincided

ˌkəʊ.ɪnˈsaɪd

Meanings of Coincided:

verb

Occur at the same time.

Usage examples:

Publication is timed to coincide with a major exhibition

Meanings of Coincidence:

noun

A remarkable concurrence of events or circumstances without apparent causal connection.

Usage examples:

It was a coincidence that she was wearing a jersey like laura's

Coincidences

kəʊˈɪn.sɪ.dəns

Meanings of Coincidences:

noun

A remarkable concurrence of events or circumstances without apparent causal connection.

Usage examples:

It was a coincidence that she was wearing a jersey like laura's

Coincident

kəʊˈɪn.sɪ.dənt

Meanings of Coincident:

adjective

Occurring together in space or time.

Usage examples:

The fall in the stock market was coincident with the slowdown in economic activity

Coincidental

kəʊɪnsɪˈdɛnt(ə)l

Meanings of Coincidental:

adjective

Resulting from a coincidence; happening by chance.

Usage examples:

Any resemblance between their reports is purely coincidental

Coincidentally

kəʊˌɪn.sɪˈden.təl.i

Meanings of Coincidentally:

adverb

In a way that results from chance despite being very unlikely.

Usage examples:

Her dad coincidentally happens to be the accountant at the bank

Coincides

ˌkəʊ.ɪnˈsaɪd

Meanings of Coincides:

verb

Occur at the same time.

Usage examples:

Publication is timed to coincide with a major exhibition

Coinciding

ˌkəʊɪnˈsʌɪd

Meanings of Coinciding:

verb

Occur at the same time.

Usage examples:

Publication is timed to coincide with a major exhibition

Coined

kɔɪn

Meanings of Coined:

verb

Make (coins) by stamping metal.

Usage examples:

Guineas and half-guineas were coined
noun

A flat disc or piece of metal with an official stamp, used as money.

Usage examples:

She opened her purse and took out a coin

Coiner

ˈkɔɪnə

Meanings of Coiner:

noun

A person who coins money, in particular a maker of counterfeit coins.

Usage examples:

4. but if the tenant uses the premises as a coiner's den or as a deposit for stolen goods, a single…

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