Noun(1) a native of the east end of London(2) the nonstandard dialect of natives of the east end of London
Adjective(1) characteristic of Cockneys or their dialect(2) relating to or resembling a cockney
(1) Spike your hair out with some holding product and work on your cockney accent.(2) They also act according to the stereotypes promoted by the bourgeoisie of the time, including talking in comic-book cockney .(3) The ebullient cockney was very worried about his protÔö£┬«gÔö£┬«, the man he has called the best fighter he ever worked with.(4) This might sound odd but I really hated his cockney accent in the film.(5) It sounds like my friends and I are bunch of characters from Oliver Twist sitting around the table with cockney accents begging for more porridge.(6) He has a quavering, affected English accent, which the actor perhaps imagines to be that of a cheeky cockney .(7) One of our lads was a cockney and only lived half-a-mile from the camp.(8) I've got London blood so I haven't struggled with the cockney accent.(9) In the debate, the cockney cannily picked Derek, the professional speechwriter, to be on his side.(10) As the series begins, Max bumps into a young cockney woman, an overworked but underpaid media researcher with a degree in communications.(11) Most of the black and Asian blokes appeared to have Manc accents but a lot of the white blokes sounded cockney to me.(12) Her accent is a mixture of English cockney and West Country.(13) I know this because I heard the voice of a cockney sparrer arguing on the phone yesterday when I came in from work.(14) A cockney by birth, he signed for United as a trainee in 1991.(15) This, as far as we can tell, means ├ö├ç├┐he is the luckiest cockney in the world├ö├ç├û.(16) I am not surprised that my memory has just reminded me, unprompted, that a ├ö├ç├┐rozzer├ö├ç├û is cockney slang for a police person.
(1) cockney :: cocni
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Different Formscockney, cockneys
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