Definition for cockayne (2 of 2)
Origin of Cockaigne
Examples from the Web for cockayne
"You're making a laughing-stock of yourself," Mrs. Cockayne exclaims, taking her husband firmly by the arm.
It was mercifully ordained that Mr. Cockayne should be a good-tempered, non-resisting man.
Mrs. Cockayne went through that stiffening process which ladies of dignity call drawing themselves up.
Mr. Cockayne, the editor of Saxon Leechdoms, gives us further remedies for colic which Alexander prescribed.Three Thousand Years of Mental Healing|George Barton Cutten
In London Mr. Cockayne was in the habit of dressing like any other respectable elderly gentleman.