noun, plural cock·eyes.
Origin of cockeye
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Historical Examples of cockeye
The worst of them, I think, was a fellow who went by the name of Cockeye.
"Seems to me no manner of doubt but what he's headed for Cockeye," he said.
"Of course, such fellows as Cockeye and Fothergill are the exceptions, and not the rule," Mr. Blount said.
It was a bay with a white leg, and I knew that Cockeye used to ride such a horse, and that there wasn't a better in the colony.
So Curley mounted and we rode on at a walk on the horse trail that led up the broad, shallow wash that came out of Cockeye.