Cock-a-hoop



[kok-uh-hoop, -hoo p, kok-uh-hoop, -hoo p] /ˌkɒk əˈhup, -ˈhʊp, ˈkɒk əˌhup, -ˌhʊp/

adjective
1.
in a state of unrestrained joy or exultation; boastfully elated:
He was cock-a-hoop over his victory.
2.
askew; out of kilter:
He knocked his hat cock-a-hoop.
adjective (usually postpositive)
1.
in very high spirits
2.
boastful
3.
askew; confused

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