How to use Cockerel in a sentence

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  • Mornings are heralded by the local cockerel but he is never up too early!

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  • Should you have a cockerel, you can be sure he will do his best to fertilize the eggs.

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  • To hear a cockerel crowing as you set off to work is heralded as an omen of good luck for the day.

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  • Christmas morning between 3am and dawn men gathered at churches to sing carols until the cockerel crowed.

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  • He compared the image of a strutting cockerel with its fine feathers and the men dressed up to go out.

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  • On the following day he charged him with stealing a young cockerel, value 3s 6d, from Edwin ANDERTON.

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  • We'll never know, but the very next day a large black cockerel suddenly appeared and began attacking everyone in sight.

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  • Well, there was an old cockerel over there.

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  • At its top it sports a golden cockerel, speared to act as a weather-vane, and also bedecked with ribbons.

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  • I learned this first-hand when one of my brothers acquired a magnificent white cockerel and five sandy brown hens.

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  • So will the tricolore be flying high or will there be something for the French cockerel to crow about?

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  • Their bi-weekly newsreel was normally shown in cinemas and their logo was a cockerel crowing.

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  • We had been lucky and had two bantams and a cockerel donated to us.

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