adjective, cock·i·er, cock·i·est.
- cocktail sauce,
- cocktail stick,
- cocktail table,
- cocky's joy,
- coco de mer,
Origin of cocky1
noun, plural cock·ies.
Origin of cocky2
verb (used without object), cock·ied, cock·y·ing. Newfoundland.
Origin of cocky3
Examples from the Web for cocky
However, he let Cocky scold him and pull his hair, which was a safety-valve for Cocky.
I got to know of this affair through Robbins' backing up of Cocky, and telling Urquhart that nobody was afraid of him.A Holiday in Bed and Other Sketches|J. M. Barrie
Cocky Doodle had all he could do to keep the Barnyard Folk out of danger.Little Jack Rabbit's Adventures|David Cory
Lettice was proud of Cocky, but Edward really loved him, and took trouble with him.
Cocky to a degree—simply think no end of themselves—and lose their hair altogether at the first little playful joke.Jack of Both Sides|Florence Coombe