Cocky [adjective]

Definition of Cocky:


Opposite/Antonyms of Cocky:

Sentence/Example of Cocky:

Where are you going to, Henny-penny, Cocky-locky, and Ducky-daddles?

Peter and Prince were the dearest dogs, and Cocky was a parrot that could say the most amusing things.

I got to know of this affair through Robbins' backing up of Cocky, and telling Urquhart that nobody was afraid of him.

“Cocky,” he said bravely, without a quiver of fear or flight, when Michael had charged upon him at sight to destroy him.

So Kwaque remained in the two rooms, cooking and housekeeping for his master and caring for Michael and Cocky.

Never removing its eyes from Cocky, the cat advanced slowly until it paused not six feet away.

The gutter-cat prepared and sprang with sudden decision, landing where Cocky had perched the fraction of a second before.

Nor was there absent from the flashing visions of his consciousness the images and memories of Kwaque and Cocky.

Cocky knew danger at the first glimpse—danger to the uttermost of violent death.

Cocky Doodle is the cock-a-doodle-do clock of the whole wide world.