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He had his cock out, and he had my head pushed close enough to it — I just remember looking at his stomach hair. I was standing there in my cock sock thing with it all hanging out, because it felt so fine.

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From within the tufts of matted hair, the creature released a huge pale cock that defied logic. The well-known " cock and bull" stories of small children are inspired by this love of strong effect. A four-way cock near the top of the cylinder turned the steam on and off.

The cock springs out of its seat when water gets into the cylinder, and prevents any mischief from the velocity of the fly-wheel. But he denied, saying, "I neither know nor understand what thou sayest," and he went out into the porch; and the cock crew. He wore a cock feather over his ear, and on his head a diadem set with enormous gems. New Word List Word List. Save This Word! See synonyms for cock on Thesaurus. Also called stopcock. Slang : Vulgar.

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Chiefly British Informal. British Slang. Compare bridge 1 def. Compare trip 1 def. Give these words new meaning by adding them to your lexical repertoire and proving that untranslatable words translate pretty well to your vocab. Origin of cock 1 First recorded before ; Middle English coc, cock, cocke, Old English coc, cocc; cognate with Old Norse kokkr; imitative of a rooster's crow.

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Words nearby cock coch. Origin of cock 2 First recorded in —15; probably special use of cock 1. Words related to cock prickperk upchickencock-a-doodle-doocockerelcapondickpeckerpetershafthumppilestackerectraisechanticleercockalorummembermanhoodwilly. How to use cock in a sentence He had his cock out, and he had my head pushed close enough to it — I just remember looking at his stomach hair.

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British informal a friend, mate, or fellow. British informal nonsense. See also cockup. Word Origin for cock Old English cocc referring to the male fowl; the development of C15 sense spout, tap, and other transferred senses is not clearultimately of imitative origin; related to Old Norse kokkr, French coq, Late Latin coccus. Word Origin for cock C14 in Old English, cocc is attested in place names : perhaps of Scandinavian origin; compare Norwegian kok, Danish dialect kok.

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