How to Pronounce Cosenage?

Correct pronunciation for the word "Cosenage" is [kˈə͡ʊznɪd͡ʒ], [kˈə‍ʊznɪd‍ʒ], [k_ˈəʊ_z_n_ɪ_dʒ].

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"Cosenage" in context

Cosenage is a term used to describe a form of fraud in which a person tricks others into parting with goods or money in exchange for some goods or services that were never delivered. It is derived from the Latin word "cosenare," which means to deceive. The most common form of cosenage happens when someone makes a false or exaggerated claim in order to persuade another into entering into a contract with them, or to make an un-contracted or "unauthorized" payment. The victim gives their money or property expecting to receive goods or services in return, only to have the money and goods taken away without any return remaining.


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