cockle[ kok-uh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF cockle
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COCKLE
On further inspection, the money was found to be cockle shells.
The paper will be found to cockle the mounts badly in drying.
Dr Cockle had become accustomed to it, but I cannot fancy that it was very pleasant to him.
You take my advice, and try a couple of Cockle's anti-bilious.
They loved to bind his forehead with the cockle shells that decked their own tresses.
In the trough of the sea the ship rocks like a cockle shell.
But it is really a shell-bearing mollusk, like the cockle and the clam.
The plump grain is on top, but there are cockle and chess at the bottom.
The largest and finest "cockle" of the east coast of the United States.
The result of this is to cockle the vellum in a most unpleasant fashion.