Definition of Dockens

1. docken [n] - See also: docken



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dockens

docility
docimacy
docimastic
docimasy
docimology
docity
dock
dock-cress
dock-walloper
dock worker
dockable
dockage
dockages
docked
docken
dockens (current term)
docker
dockers
docket
docketed
docketing
docketing software
dockets
dockhand
dockhands
docking facility
docking fee
docking protein
docking station

Literary usage of Dockens

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1. Publications by English Dialect Society (1886)
"Dockan, Docken, dockens, Dockin, or Docking. ... Docken, Ell. See Ell-dockens. Docken, Flop, or Flous. ..."

2. A History of Advertising from the Earliest Times: Illustrated by Anecdotes by Henry Sampson (1874)
"... sa'd number of dockens. Apply - Dated, 31 October, 1816. NB The Rats must be full grown, and no cripples. In close companionship with the above we find ..."

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