What's the House of Commons that it should be cockered up with the truth?
I have not been cockered in wantonness or indulgence; my youth was one of exile and suffering.
He was confident enough in any dealings with either of them so long as he cockered in them the belief that he still had the notes.
We in the West and South have been like David, cockered and pampered overmuch.
I was not kept in bed afterward, for children were not cockered up and fussed over when I was young.
Her eyes shone at the thought of the cockered childhood this had been.
The blacks come by way of Boston, which means that they will have to be cockered up considerably before they are fit for work.
Likely enough that there were good-for-nothing, cockered menials imposing upon incompetent mistresses.
You have, I dare say, been cockered up at the Marchesa's with made dishes.
You have cockered me up to that extent, that I now feel I can face a score of savage reviewers.