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1cocker

verb cock·er \ˈkä-kər\

Definition of COCKER

transitive verb

Examples of COCKER

  1. <overjoyed to be parents at last, they will likely cocker that child shamelessly>

Origin of COCKER

Middle English cokeren
First Known Use: 15th century

2cocker

noun

Definition of COCKER

:  a keeper or handler of fighting cocks

First Known Use of COCKER

1689

Rhymes with COCKER

3cocker

noun

Definition of COCKER

First Known Use of COCKER

circa 1811

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