1. a northeastern Iranian language spoken in Russia
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How To Use Ossete In A Sentence

  • The young Howard Hughes was not helped by his over-protective mother who cosseted him to such an extent that he was not even allowed to go to school for fear he would not be properly looked after.
  • Players can be cosseted too much. Times, Sunday Times
  • Our kind of travel is definitely not suitable for people who expect to be cosseted.
  • Between she and my mother, I was tended like the rarest of blooms, fed and cosseted like a delicate rose. 2009 May « Becca’s Byline
  • Waited on by servants and valets, doted on by his parents, the young prince could not have had a more cosseted start to life.
  • He is bored of the cosseted expat life of compounds and bodyguards. The Times Literary Supplement
  • He had always been fond of Jinx - in other circumstances, the bipedal tiger might have become a cosseted pet.
  • The women had gathered around me, making the kinds of soothing noises that always made me nervous, and they herded me up to some rooms where they fed me, bathed me, and cosseted me, deftly deflecting any of my questions, all under the capable direction of the woman named Sarah. Raziel
  • Thus it was that toward 1215, or pretty nearly contemporaneously with the epoch when men like Grosseteste began to show restlessness under the extortionate corruption of the Church, the villein was discovered to be able to defend his claim to some portion of the increment in the value of the land which he tilled and which was due to his labor: and this title the manorial courts recognized, because they could not help it, as a sort of tenant right, calling it a customary tenancy by base service. The Emancipation of Massachusetts
  • You don't feel cosseted or pampered, just on edge. Times, Sunday Times
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