cockerel

[ kok-er-uh l, kok-ruh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF cockerel
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Little you know, my cockerel, how facile a brain your 'bus so lightly bears.

Thought some o' takin' out a policy o' insurance on my cockerel.

Then he said: 'Poultry, cockerel, now I will do the like by thee.'

A single sound, like the scream of a cockerel, escaped from Hedvig.

Still, Master Paul, thine uncle was not so young as thou, my cockerel.

This was his first sight of pirates, and he was as full of fight as a cockerel.

The word "cockerel," as is seen at a glance, is the diminutive of "cock."

And for you, my half-bred Spanish cockerel, know once and for all that this maid is for your betters.

Henrietta Hen said that she hadn't noticed which cockerel it was.

He will find me too hot a cockerel, as he calls me, to venture upon our colors again.

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