a rooster: used as a proper name in medieval fables.
- Also chan·te·cler [chan-tuh-klair]. /ˈtʃæn təˌklɛər/.
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How to use chanticleer in a sentence
The average chanticleer drive lasts three minutes and two seconds, a languished stretch bested by only five teams.How Coastal Carolina Invaded The Top 15 (And Our Hearts) | Josh Planos | December 8, 2020 | FiveThirtyEight
This gave our cabin quite a chanticleer sort of comb along its top, and added to the picturesqueness of its appearance.The Desert Home | Mayne Reid
The gallant chanticleer has at command his amorous phrases and his terms of defiance.The Natural History of Selborne, Vol. 2 | Gilbert White
The exciting cause of the professor's outburst was an attempt to get from his class some information about chanticleer.
You might not get the answer you were looking for, but you could not get a foolish answer, if you asked him of chanticleer.
As they listened the challenge of the chanticleer came once more.Boy Scouts in the Northwest | G. Harvey Ralphson
British Dictionary definitions for chanticleer
a name for a cock, used esp in fables
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