Definition for cocker (2 of 3)
Definition for cocker (3 of 3)
verb (used with object)
Origin of cocker3
Examples from the Web for cocker
But Cocker proved to be a survivor, bringing his passionate persona to concert halls around the world decade after decade.
Cocker, for his part, worked briefly as an apprentice gasfitter but decided to take the plunge into the world of commercial music.
But, strange to say, Cocker never got inducted in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Cocker became an international star in the late 1960s, showing up everywhere from Woodstock to The Ed Sullivan Show.
Cocker, by contrast, was always a rock singer, without frills or apologies.
The Messrs. W——e, alluded to in 551, had also a cocker that regularly pointed.Dog Breaking|William Nelson Hutchinson
Mr. MacGregor, his lordship hasn't a cotton shirt in his possession, I'll be bound,' said Mr. Cocker.Robert Falconer|George MacDonald
She waved Mr Cocker impatiently from her, and returned for a moment into the bed-room.
Mr Cocker took the glass as ordered, and supposed his patron was repeating a passage out of Enfield's Speaker.
I know a fool of a dog who pretends that he is a Cocker Spaniel, and is convinced that the world revolves round him wonderingly.Happy Days|Alan Alexander Milne