cocked[ kok ]SEE DEFINITION OF cocked
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COCKED
The Road-Runner balanced on his slender legs and cocked his head trailwise.
Make it so's he can wear his uniform and a cocked hat and a sword.
At length he cocked his ears and galloped off into the pines, as another Blackbear appeared.
I'll do it if the beadle follows in his cocked hat; not else.
With this hurried adjuration, he cocked his blunderbuss, and stood on the offensive.
He knelt there motionless, a cocked pistol clenched in his right hand.
I made a step backward, drew one of my pistols from my pocket, and cocked it.
His wife, too, seemed to avoid my eye, and cocked her chin at me when she spoke.
Now that idea had been knocked into a cocked hat, and my intellect had been knocked with it.
He was in cocked hat and with sword, and the sword of state was carried upright before him.