Definition of Cockneyism

1. n. The characteristics, manners, or dialect, of a cockney.

Definition of Cockneyism

1. Noun. The characteristics, manners, or dialect of a Cockney. ¹

2. Noun. A Cockney phrase or idiom. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Cockneyism

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cockneyism

cockmatch
cockmatches
cockmunch
cockmuncher
cockmunchers
cockmunches
cockney
cockneycality
cockneyfication
cockneyfications
cockneyfied
cockneyfies
cockneyfy
cockneyfying
cockneyish
cockneyism (current term)
cockneyisms
cockneys
cocknify
cockpit
cockpit recorder
cockpit voice recorder
cockpits
cockroach
cockroach taxi
cockroaches
cockroachlike
cockroachy
cocks
cocks of the plains

Literary usage of Cockneyism

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1. Summer Cruise in the Mediterranean on Board an American Frigate by Nathaniel Parker Willis (1853)
"The Ionian Isles—Lord and Lady Nugent—Corfu'—Greek and English Soldiers—cockneyism—The Gardens of Alcinous—English Officers— Albanians — Dionisio Salomos, ..."

2. Out and about London by Thomas Burke (1919)
"TRAGEDY AND cockneyism THE Cockney is popularly supposed to stand for the fixed type of the ... cockneyism."

3. The Oxonian in Norway: Or, Notes of Excursions in that Country in 1854-1855 by Frederick Metcalfe (1856)
"... will not find in Norway — Parisian cockneyism and Piscatorial Heresies—The Delights of Norway—The Waterfalls — Incidents of the Voyage — The Jealousy of ..."

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