a person employed to gather cockles from the seashore


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  • Cockles

    [kok-uh l] /ˈkɒk əl/ noun 1. any bivalve mollusk of the genus Cardium, having somewhat heart-shaped, radially ribbed valves, especially C. edule, the common edible species of Europe. 2. any of various allied or similar mollusks. 3. (defs 1, 2). 4. a wrinkle; pucker: a cockle in fabric. 5. a small, crisp candy of sugar […]

  • Cockleshell

    [kok-uh l-shel] /ˈkɒk əlˌʃɛl/ noun 1. a shell of the cockle. 2. a shell of some other mollusk, as the scallop. 3. Nautical. any light or frail vessel. /ˈkɒkəlˌʃɛl/ noun 1. the shell of the cockle 2. any of the valves of the shells of certain other bivalve molluscs, such as the scallop 3. any […]

  • Cockloft

    [kok-lawft, -loft] /ˈkɒkˌlɔft, -ˌlɒft/ noun, Older Use. 1. a small or attic above the highest finished ceiling of a building. 2. a completely enclosed space between rafters and a suspended ceiling. /ˈkɒkˌlɒft/ noun 1. a small loft, garret, or attic

  • Cockney

    [kok-nee] /ˈkɒk ni/ noun, plural cockneys. 1. (sometimes initial capital letter) a native or inhabitant of the East End district of London, England, traditionally, one born and reared within the sound of Bow bells. 2. (sometimes initial capital letter) the pronunciation or dialect of cockneys. 3. Obsolete. adjective 4. (sometimes initial capital letter) of or […]

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