/ (ˈkɒkərəl) /

  1. Sir Christopher Sydney. 1910–99, British engineer, who invented the hovercraft

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How to use Cockerell in a sentence

  • No. 429, built for an insurance office by Mr. Cockerell, has a fine faade.

    Haunted London | Walter Thornbury
  • Cockerell concluded that the excavation was probably made in the days of Minos as a storehouse for corn and valuables.

    Mazes and Labyrinths | W. H. Matthews
  • There do not appear to be any families of the name of Cockerell or Hopkins in the same neighbourhood.

  • This time the punting duel was resumed until, well within Yale territory, Cockerell looked around and gave the signal for attack.

    Stover at Yale | Owen Johnson
  • Id like to strangle Lady Cockerell myself before the news reaches her.

    Adrienne Toner | Anne Douglas Sedgwick