Definition of Cockled

1. a. Inclosed in a shell.

2. a. Wrinkled; puckered.

Definition of Cockled

1. Verb. (past of cockle) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Cockled

1. cockle [v] - See also: cockle

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cockled

cockies
cockiest
cockily
cockiness
cockinesses
cocking
cocking of a snook
cocking of snooks
cockish
cockle
cockle-bur
cockle-burr
cocklebur
cockleburr
cockleburs
cockled (current term)
cockler
cocklers
cockles
cockleshell
cockleshells
cockless
cocklicker
cocklickers
cocklike
cockling
cockloft
cocklofts
cockmaster
cockmasters

Literary usage of Cockled

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1. Facts for Horse Owners: A Pictorial Encyclopedia of Practical Instruction by Dennis Magner (1902)
"How to Shoe for cockled Ankles and When the Fetlocks are too Straight. cockled ankles, like straight ankles and bent knees, are positions assumed at first ..."

2. Photo-engraving, Photo-etching, and Photo-lithography in Line and Half-tone by W. T. Wilkinson (1888)
"In fixing plans, or drawings on the easel, prior to photographing them, if they are cockled, and difficult to get flat, pins may be placed anywhere, ..."

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