cocosen, cocsen, chocosen, chocsen, gocosen, gocsen, nghocosen, nghocsen
Noun(1) common edible European bivalve(2) common edible, burrowing European bivalve mollusk that has a strong, rounded shell with radiating ribs
Verb(1) stir up (water(2) to gather something into small wrinkles or folds
(1) As is true of most bivalves bearing the name cockle , it looks something like a human heart when viewed from the side.(2) Shellfish such as oysters, mussels, cockles , winkles, whelks and crabs were collected for food from the estuaries and sea shores.(3) While Brits eat turkey at Christmas, Spaniards look forward to festive feasts of clams, crabs, cockles , mussels, octopus and goose barnacles.(4) Most bivalves lead a fairly stationary life, either anchored to rocks, like mussels, or buried in sediment, like razor-shells, cockles and clams.(5) Naturally I look for something a little different such as Pepperami, garlic sausage meat, strong smelling cheeses, cockles or mussels.(6) The crew of both remaining cockleshells placed limpet mines on the merchant ships they found in the harbour.
1. rumple ::
2. knit ::
3. crumple ::
4. pucker ::
Different Formscockle, cockles
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