Definition of "coxed" []

  • Simple past tense and past participle of cox. To have acted as a coxswain; to have steered a boat. (verb)
  • Having a cox (adjective) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "coxed" in a sentence
  • "As an undergraduate at Canisius College she "coxed" for the men's crew team, sitting at the front of the boat shouting directions."
  • "Holmes's toughness pushed them towards trying to win gold in the coxed and coxless pairs titles first at the 1987 world championships and then at the Seoul Olympics – an impossible feat really."
  • "He competed in his first world championships two years later with a coxed four who led the 2km race for more than 1,200m but then failed to win a medal."
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