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Definition of the verb coggle
What does coggle mean as a doing word?
verb - inflections: coggled | coggling | coggles
- walk unsteadily
- move unsteadily
Coggle is a freeware mind-mapping web application. Like other mind-mapping software, Coggle produces hierarchically structured documents, like a branching tree. This contrasts with conventional collaborative editors, like Google Docs, which provide either linear, or tabular document formats.
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Visual Leap (2016)
A Step-by-Step Guide to Visual Learning for Teachers and Students by Jesse Berg
Coggle is an intriguing new webbased mindmapping application that is notable for several reasons.
is a consideration, Coggle is the rare tool that offers this capability at this point ...
How to Create Them, Why to Use Them by Peggy Milam Creighton Ph.D.
Coggle: Coggle is a free mind-mapping tool that uses Markdown syntax. This means that it is designed as writing for the Web that appears as regular text without any HTML. The site is very easy to use and quite colorful. Directions are included ...
Proceedings of the 19th ICL Conference - by Michael E. Auer, David Guralnick, James Uhomoibhi
Unfortunately, Coggle is a general purposed mind mapping software and it does not support any specific educational activities such as evaluation. Moreover, for today it does not allow to export a MM in a format without information loss, which ...
A coggle is a short tenon to prevent lateral motion. Where a whole end of one piece of timber is let in another it is “housed.” Other Terms Used.—Dovetail tenons are those in which one side of the tenon is stayed so as to form half a dovetail, the ...
But perhaps coggle is a dimin. from cog, a yawl or small boat, because this is so easily overset; especially as the term is very generally applied to the unsteady motion of such a vessel. CoGGLIE, adj. Moving from side to side, unsteady as to ...
... to which is Prefixed, A Dissertation on the Origin of the Scottish Language by John Jamieson
perhaps coggle is a dimin. from cog, a yawl or small boat, because this is so easily overset; especially as the term is very generally applied to the unsteady motion of such a vessel. CoGGLIE, adj. Moving from side to side; unsteady as to ...
In Four Volumes. A-Kut by John Jamieson
But perhaps coggle is a dimin. from cog, a yawl or small boat, because this is ...
by John Jamieson
To COGLE, COGGLE, e. a. To cause ...
by Patrick Hanks, Richard Coates, Peter McClure
Variants: Coggle • Current frequencies: GB , Ireland • GB frequency : • Main GB location : Caithness; Orkney and Shetland; also Lanarks and Midlothian • Main Irish location – : Kilkenny 1 Scottish: see ...
Based on the Labours of the Most Eminent Lexicographers ... by P. Austin Nuttall
COGGLE COLD8HOBT CoRgle, kog**-«!. s. a small lioat. Sc« Cog. Coggle- stozle, kog'-gl-stone,*. я pebble; a cobble-stone. Cogitable, koj'-e-t4-bl, a. conceivable; thinkable, CoritatOinj'-e-tate, r.n. to think; to meditate. Bee Cogitation, knj-o-t ...
by R.V. Krstic;
The American Phonographic Dictionary: Exhibiting the Correct and Actual Shorthand Forms for All the Useful Words of the English Language (1882)
by Elias Longley
Co-extending Co-extension Co-extensive Coffee-house ' Coffee-mill Coffee- pot Coffer-dam Coffin-bone ~ Coffle Cog-ged ~ Coggle j T-1 Cogency) Cogent-ly Cogitate j Cogitable) Cogitated Cogitation Cogitative Cognac ~ Cognato-tion ...
by Ebenezer Picken
Coggle, v. «. to move backward and forward, in consequence ...
English Dialect Words of the Eighteenth Century as Shown in the "Universal Etymological Dictionary" of Nathaniel Bailey (1883)
by Nathan Bailey
Acrostic Dictionary (1884)
Containing More Than Thirty Thousand Words with the Initials and Finals Alphabetically Arranged by Philippa M. Pearson
Cingalese Codille Commemorate Cingle Coerce Commemorative Cinque Coffee Commence Circle Coggle Commensurable Circulate Cogitate Commensurate Circumference Cognate Commerce Circumstance Cognizance Commingle ...
Containing Words from the English Writers Previous to the Nineteenth Century which are No Longer in Use, Or are Not Used in the Same Sense and Words which are Now Used Only in the Provincial Dialects
Coggle, (1)j. A cock-boat. North.
Used ... in the Common Or Statute Laws ... with an Appendix Containing ... the Antient Names of Places ... and ... Surnames ... by John Cowell
by Arthur English
Coggle. A small fishing boat. Cognates. In the Civil law, relations by the mother's side, or through females. Cognati.
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Scrabble value of C3O1G2G2L1E1
The value of this 6-letter word is 10 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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