How to use Cocky in a sentence

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  • Don't get too cocky, Darian.

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  • Don't act like you're overly confident or cocky, but aim to please on all counts.

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  • It's fun, he said with a cocky grin.

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  • Let's say you are on a first date with a person who is showing signs that he/she is not attracted to you, such as putting up barriers, no hint of mirroring, assuming the posture of a cocky individual trying to impress other people.

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  • Being a cocky little devil, he challenged my bossy little collie bitch, who immediately put him in his place.

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  • Once you let your guard down you are out, and if you become cocky your flames is gone.

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  • Actor Val Kilmer has got to have the cocky confidence of his long ago alter ego Iceman in Top Gun as he has been quoted as saying that "…I'm going to be the next governor" should he decide to enter the political arena.

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  • The problem for James came when he got a little too cocky and self-assured, and put too much trust in his alliance.

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  • You are such an enigma, one minute all cocky and brash, the next formal and chivalrous.

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  • The boy with the back massage was so cocky I wanted to slap him.

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  • I did this by being normal, not cocky or arrogant.

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  • And they got very cocky, and went about saying you were done for this time!

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  • I begin to know I ought to feel sheepish and beat, but somehow I feel cocky instead.

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  • A modern-day superhero has to contend with America's obsession with winners and the UK's preoccupation with not appearing too cocky.

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  • His comments and actions regarding Holmes came across as cocky and smug.

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  • Others will be overly aggressive, cocky, and even act like jerks.

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  • He likely could have talked his way into the jury's good graces, but he chose instead to be cocky and act deserving.

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  • He was just getting a bit cocky for his own good.

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  • They came across as cocky, but the cocky ones make the most interesting entertainment.

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  • They have a swagger, not too cocky, it's not a chip on the shoulder attitude thing, they just know.

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  • I have been to the home and seen for myself this improved but rather cocky dog!

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  • Maybe that put me off, or maybe I was a little cocky.

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  • I warned Tory MPs not to get too cocky about the police investigations.

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  • It was then that the tribes became too cocky - and their overconfidence led to their final defeat.

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  • Zupan is equally strong-willed, cocky, tough and aggressive, but also funny and oddly sexy.

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  • Is it even really the same band that hijacked Britpop with a cocky Mancunian swagger ten years ago?

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  • His latest role is on CW's One Tree Hill, playing "Jason, the cocky, enigmatic frontman for No Means Yes, a seminal rock band from the fictional town of Tree Hill," according to the network's press release.

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  • The women on the show are cocky, arrogant, and very, very selfish.

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  • Going up against seasoned designers Rami Kashou and Jillian Lewis, Christian Siriano maintained a cocky and confident attitude up until the season finale.

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