cockcrow

[ kok-kroh or kok-kroh-ing ]SEE DEFINITION OF cockcrow

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COCKCROW

When he wakes at cockcrow the revellers are nearly all asleep.

She was in the habit of waking them early in the morning, at cockcrow.

As for sleep, never at cockcrow was I more wakeful than at this moment to-night.

This morning, too, I arose (joyous and full of love) at cockcrow.

The epistles shall be ready by night, and you shall ride at cockcrow.

What possesses all you women to be out at cockcrow in this fashion?

Mine own forerunner am I among this people, mine own cockcrow in dark lanes.

Over and over, quicker and quicker sounded the tune of "Cockcrow."

And at night he worked in his office until the midnight cockcrow.

Now, when the man was to set off and buy he was up and away at cockcrow, long before dawn.

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