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Celosia cristata is the well known Cockscomb, having combs or heads of scarlet, crimson, rose and yellow.
Getting tired, I took out my sketch-book and drew Lubuga, the pet, which amused the king immensely as he recognised her cockscomb.
His hair was cut short, with the exception of a ridge on the top which ran stem to stern, like a cockscomb.
If an unmodified Celosia could be got, it would be well to test with the modified cockscomb.
The wild cockscomb (Amaranthus Cruentus) also furnished a portion of their supply.
THE CLIFF CLIMBERSCAPTAIN MAYNE REID
Cockscomb, crimson and scarlet; two to three feet; August and September.
A WOMAN'S HARDY GARDENHELENA RUTHERFURD ELY
There is a row of narrow green pointed leaves, standing up like a cockscomb behind each row of flowers.
I did not answer, but my face flushed as red as a cockscomb.
MY DOUBLE LIFESARAH BERNHARDT
There was the twist round the head, the cockscomb, the hanging piece of liripipe.
ENGLISH COSTUMEDION CLAYTON CALTHROP
From the shape of the flames this form of burner received the name "cockscomb."
ARTIFICIAL LIGHTM. LUCKIESH

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