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Synonyms for cosh

a piece of metal covered by leather with a flexible handle


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hit with a cosh, usually on the head

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He said he had made the cosh from rolled-up newspaper and did not believe it was an offensive weapon.
The cosh was found in his car when police stopped it in Grand Avenue last October.
Forbes, the girl said, made her perform oral sex on him while another man held a cosh up to force her into compliance.
He had the cosh for protection after repeated vandal attacks on his car and had never realised what was inside the aerosol, said John Wilkinson, defending.
They hit the 55-year-old man repeatedly across the face with a cosh. The 50-year-old woman was also beaten before the gang escaped with cash in a red Ford Mondeo - later found burned out in nearby Jackson Road.
Few would argue about that, but if some if the tittle-tattle coming out of County Hall in Cardiff is true, then some members of the Labour Group are no strangers to the cosh themselves.
UNDER THE COSH Sean Gannon relieves the relentless pressure in Borisov last night as Dundalk fell
That year came an invincible youth team managed by Harry Hurley with his son Bernard, plus Bob Mansfield as skipper and Paul Cosh as the star turn.
The centre-back was sent off just five minutes in for pulling back Johnson when the Palace striker was clean through on goal and the red card saw Coleman's side under the cosh for the rest of the match.
The masked gang, wearing balaclavas and between them carrying a gun, a knife and a cosh, burst into the couple's house in Barby Lane, Rugby, just before 9.30pm.
ECHO Correspondent THE husband of a woman lying in a coma in hospital was spared a jail sentence for attacking a man with a cosh.
Matt Murphy's 14th strike of the season put Oxford ahead seconds before the break, but Cardiff's Kevin Nugent levelled and United found themselves under the cosh.
* have been against the use of Ritalin, nicknamed the chemical cosh, for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder ever since it became fashionable in the US for controlling difficult children.
CCTV cameras at the Kings Hotel in Cardiff Road, Caerphilly, captured Gareth Oosthuizen - a man with a grudge - constructing his makeshift cosh.
Then I had a century and made sure he was still under the cosh."