- n. Plural form of cocky.
“The cockies are a curmudgeonly lot at the best of times.”
“waiting for the lude comments about "cockies" to commence.”
“From York I rode along the old track to Southern Cross, and a lonely ride I had, for the train had superseded the old methods of travel, much to the disgust of some of the "cockies," or small farmers, who expressed the opinion that the country was going to the dogs, "them blooming railways were spoiling everything"; the reason for their complaint being, that formerly, all the carrying had been in the teamsters 'hands, as well as a considerable amount of passenger traffic.”
“Rather, that of the appearance of cookies, since the first recorded mention of the “little cake” refers to no fewer than eight hundred of them provisioned along with rum and beer for a funeral.xv At this debut, they are spelled cockies.1 And the rest is history.”
““Fuck those cockies,” she says, steadying to snap the g-string into place.”
““So … you want me to collect as many cockies as I can so we can take them with us?””
“May 8th, 2008 4: 31 pm ET this woman is hungry for power no matter how. i bet its not about america that matters her power power power nothing more. she wants to be the first american woman president thats all. i dont think she is normal, she really needs help. its better she goes back and learn how to make cockies. or better send her to MENTAL HOSPITAL”
“I'm not horrified by her passing around those cockies; I just find it immature and juvenile and shallow and revealing.”
“The cockies enjoyed an average Fonterra-funded pay check of NZ$806,000 last season.”
“The cow cockies, as these farmers are known, own shares in Fonterra based on their milk production.”
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