cockscomb, crimson and scarlet; two to three feet; August and September.
From the shape of the flames this form of burner received the name "cockscomb."
His hair was cut short, with the exception of a ridge on the top which ran stem to stern, like a cockscomb.
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.
Getting tired, I took out my sketch-book and drew Lubuga, the pet, which amused the king immensely as he recognised her cockscomb.
There was the twist round the head, the cockscomb, the hanging piece of liripipe.