Once down, however, he shook his fluttered plumes, and crowed like any chanticleer.
Never was chanticleer so crouse on his own dung-hill, as Johnny Darbyshire was in his own house.
I never heard that Chanticleer was a pattern of fatherly devotion.
The exciting cause of the professor's outburst was an attempt to get from his class some information about Chanticleer.
You might not get the answer you were looking for, but you could not get a foolish answer, if you asked him of Chanticleer.
Jean conducted her to the Chanticleer Inn, where the old lady dwelt.
And, like Chanticleer at the sight of the sun, he flaps his wings and crows.
"I will certainly leave your party if you wish me to, Mrs. Chanticleer," I said.
A pair of blankets had been stolen from him—as also his chanticleer.
Chanticleer of the martial breed should be put into the ring with his natural spurs.