noun cock·loft \ˈkäk-ˌlft\

Definition of COCKLOFT

:  a small garret

Examples of COCKLOFT

  1. <the ski chalet features additional sleeping quarters in its cockloft, which is accessible through a pull-down ladder>

Origin of COCKLOFT

probably from 1cock
First Known Use: 1589

Related to COCKLOFT

attic, garret, loft

Rhymes with COCKLOFT


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