cock·et | \ ˈkäkə̇t\
Definition of cocket
(Entry 1 of 3)
1a : a seal formerly of the English or Scottish king's customhouse
b : any one of certain other seals formerly used to seal permits
2 : a certificate given to merchants warranting that goods have been duly entered through customs and all duties paid
Definition of cocket (Entry 2 of 3)
: fine wheaten leavened bread
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