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1. A band of highly trained Roman Legionaries. Usually there are 600 men in a cohort.

2. A person that is a good friend.

3. A group of people.
1. The Praetorian Cohorts formed the front lines.

2. He's my cohort.

3. These people can be divided into two cohorts.
by AJ January 28, 2005
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Quarantining with your buddies so you don't have to drink alone as a pandemic rages around you.

Became big during the Covid-19 pandemic before we had the technology to shrink down and fight viruses with guns for all the next pandemics that followed.

Could also be used to describe group cocaine use during a pandemic but the cocaine never lasts long enough.
"I've been cohorting to keep my alcohol tolerance high so I'm not a total lightweight after"
"I need to stop cohorting every time there's a pandemic, my liver needs a break"
by Marvigeddon April 10, 2020
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A word used within South London to describe a gang of posh private school kids... obviously the normal kids are in gangs
Hey you!!! get off the back seat of the bus ... or my Cohort will kick your butt!!!
by The original orgs February 11, 2012
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The creation of internal beliefs when the human can not see how it is concieved, or when clairvoyancy is high enough to understand congruently.
cohorts is the creation of internal beliefs when the human can not see how it is concieved - or when clairvoyancy is high enough to understand congruently.
by regardless devon victory September 2, 2010
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An acoustic (autistic) child continuously sings songs to relieve their tick.
Oh no, there's a cohort over there.
by cartier5 August 10, 2017
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1. a small army of warriors
b. a small warrior or armies
3. an anal probe
person 1: what is a cohort?
person 2: i dunno....
person 3: 'kay
by rayhan April 4, 2003
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