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Cockbill

Cock´bill   Pronunciation: kǒk´bĭl`
v. t.1.(Naut.) To tilt up one end of so as to make almost vertical; as, to cockbill the yards as a sign of mourning.
To cockbill the anchor
to suspend it from the cathead preparatory to letting it go. See Acockbill.
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cock-and-bull story
Cock-brained
Cock-paddle
Cockade
Cockaded
Cockaigne
Cockal
Cockaleekie
cockamamie
cockamamy
Cockamaroo
cockateel
cockatiel
Cockatoo
cockatoo parrot
Cockatrice
-- Cockbill --
Cockboat
Cockchafer
Cockcroft
Cockcroft and Walton accelerator
Cockcroft and Walton voltage multiplier
Cockcroft-Walton accelerator
Cockcroft-Walton voltage multiplier
Cockcrow
cocked hat
Cocker
Cocker spaniel
Cockerel
Cocket
Cockettum
Cockeye
cockeyed
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