cockneyism and bad taste have found their way even to Niagara.
"cockneyism," said Bob, with an inquisitiveness in his countenance.
But the self-complacency of cockneyism is the most unshaken thing in this revolutionary age.
It has colour, it is true English, unstained of cockneyism and American.
Orson had bewildered them further by a sort of cockneyism of misappropriated letters.
No cockneyism or colloquialism mars the sweetness of her speech.
The novel might, it is true, savor a little of Parisian cockneyism.
Not all the resources of pert cockneyism availed that hapless domestic when she set eyes on Miss Mordaunt.
cockneyism charged against (see also Cockney School), 109 n.
Catullus in one of his epigrams ridicules the cockneyism of a person who said chommoda for commoda, and hinsidiae for insidiae.