Coursey

Definitions

  • Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • n Coursey (Naut) A space in the galley; a part of the hatches.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n coursey Nautical, a space or passage in a galley, about a foot and a half broad, on both sides of which the slaves were placed.
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Etymology

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
Cf. OF. corsie, coursie, passage way to the stern. See Course (n.)

Usage

In literature:

They were De Coursey and Marsov.
"The Princess Dehra" by John Reed Scott
Coursey, William W. 19.
"Life in Dixie during the War" by Mary A. H. Gay
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In news:

At Thomas B Coursey House in Felton on May 16th.
Vanguard College of Cosmetology plans to nearly double the size of its Baton Rouge campus in the spring of 2013 with the acquisition of a 12,000-square- foot building at 12258 Coursey Blvd.
Nov 3, 2011A year ago today our Mother Annie L Coursey entered into the Kingdom of God.
Decatur's Chase Coursey delivers an RBI double in the second inning of Monday's game against Washington.
Ferries spokeswoman Marta Coursey (cohr-SAY) says the unidentified captain who was scheduled to pilot an early Wednesday sailing of the ferry Kittitas from Clinton, Wash.
Coursey says the early morning runs of both ferries were delayed about 20 minutes.
That account was confirmed by Marta Coursey, Washington State Ferries spokesperson, later this morning.
"The captain of the Kittitas was overnighting on the Cathlamet," Coursey said.
She was born February 13, 1939, the daughter of the late Fred and Adelia Elliott Coursey.
David Coursey 2005-06-23 Article Rating: / 0.
The following update was provided by Marta Coursey, director of communications for WSDOT Ferries.
ENID — Janis Blackburn Coursey was born Oct 27, 1940, on the plains of Oklahoma.
(Photo coursey: Chris Rabig via flikr).
David Coursey 2004-06-18 Article Rating: / 0.
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