Definition of Dawcocks

1. dawcock [n] - See also: dawcock

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dawcocks

davidia
davidias
davidite
davies
davit
davits
davreuxite
davy jones
davyne
davyum
daw
dawah
dawbries
dawbry
dawcock
dawcocks (current term)
dawd
dawded
dawding
dawdle
dawdled
dawdler
dawdlers
dawdles
dawdling
dawdlingly
dawds
dawed
dawen
dawghtor

Literary usage of Dawcocks

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1. The Spider and the Fly: Together with an Attributed Interlude Entitled by John Heywood (1908)
"... witty outweigh'th : Where mercy to the meek mere malice dis- may'th : Where dawcocks in doctrine have domination, There doth division bring desolation. ..."

2. Collectanea Anglo-poetica: Or, A Bibliographical and Descriptive Catalogue by Thomas Corser, James Crossley (1878)
"... the wittie out weith : Where mercie to the meeke: meare malice disu:eith: Where dawcocks in doctrine: haue domination, ..."

3. Captain Blood: His Odyssey by Rafael Sabatini (1922)
""Some o' them dawcocks may believe that tale." He jerked a contemptuous thumb towards the men in the waist, whose ranks were steadily being increased by the ..."

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