One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘The buttons are worn about an inch apart, evincing les coxcombery than in the defunct days of close buttons.’
- ‘A review charges Carlyle with carrying "quaintness, neologism and coxcombery" through three volumes of "flippant pseudo-philosophy."’
- ‘Mr. Haines stirred up a good deal of merriment by his coxcombery and cheek.’
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