The word "cockerel," as is seen at a glance, is the diminutive of "cock."
Little you know, my cockerel, how facile a brain your 'bus so lightly bears.
The cockerel should be starved for twenty-four hours in order to empty the intestines.
Thought some o' takin' out a policy o' insurance on my cockerel.
Best cockerel, or pullet, or cockerel and pullet reared from a setting of 15 eggs.
Then he said: 'Poultry, cockerel, now I will do the like by thee.'
And for you, my half-bred Spanish cockerel, know once and for all that this maid is for your betters.
A single sound, like the scream of a cockerel, escaped from Hedvig.
Van Schouten sprang from his great chair of state like a cockerel fluttering from a roost.
Still, Master Paul, thine uncle was not so young as thou, my cockerel.