Coshering

Cosh'er·ing noun (Old Law) A feudal prerogative of the lord of the soil entitling him to lodging and food at his tenant's house. Burrill. « Sometimes he contrived, in deflance of the law, to live by coshering , that is to say, by quartering himself on the old tentants of his ...
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Coshering

• (n.) A feudal prerogative of the lord of the soil entitling him to lodging and food at his tenant`s house.
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Coshering

Coshering or coshery was an old feudal custom in Ireland by which the lord of the soil had the right to lodge and feast himself at a tenant's house. This tribute or exaction was at length commuted for a quit-rent.
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