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cockamamie (slang) ridiculous; pointless; valueless.
cock-and-bull story an improbable, absurd, or unlikely story.
cockateel a small parrot with a gray body and a prominent, sometimes yellow crest, often kept as a pet.
cockatoo any of various crested, mostly white parrots of Australia and other parts of the South Pacific.
cockboat a small rowboat, esp. a ship's tender.
cockchafer any of several large European scarab beetles that are esp. destructive of forest trees.
cockcrow the time when roosters begin to crow; dawn or daybreak.
cocked hat a man's hat with a wide brim turned up in two or three flaps toward a pointed crown.
cockerel a young domestic rooster.
cocker spaniel a small spaniel characterized by a compact body, short legs, a soft wavy coat, and long drooping ears.
cockeye an eye that crosses or squints, usu. involuntarily as the result of a muscular disorder.
cockeyed cross-eyed or having one squinting eye. [2 definitions]
cockfight a fight, often to the death, between two roosters bred for fighting and often equipped with metal spurs.
cockhorse a rocking horse or hobby-horse.
cockle any of a number of round or heart-shaped, often edible, mollusks with two hinged shells. [5 definitions]
cocklebur a coarse composite plant with rough, prickly burs, usu. considered a weed. [2 definitions]
cockleshell the ribbed shell of a cockle or related mollusk.
cockles of one's heart one's most sincere and deeply held feelings.
cockney (often cap.) someone who was raised in London's East End. [3 definitions]
cockneyism an idiom, expression, pronunciation, or quality that is characteristic of cockneys.
cock of the walk one who dominates a group, esp. in an arrogant or overbearing manner.