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Use "coxes" in a sentence
"It's still there, with its 40 rooms, eight acres, volleyball/tennis court and orchards full of coxes, bramleys and russets – and it's still a commune, though they struggle a bit to find new recruits these days."
"Kerron, rowers and coxes are not asked to take part on account of their common sense and social skills, they are asked to take part because they are good."
"The standard of posh swearing from the coxes wasn't quite up to the standard of Oxford's Acer last year - but the supporters general horsey-ness made up for any disappointment in that particular area."