1 edition of The little cockalorum found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||PZ7.S59 Li|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||317|
|LC Control Number||22019166|
The cockney expression "high cockalorum" occurs in two 19th-century English books of which I am aware: Dickens' Oliver Twist and Kingsley's The Water Babies. The latter I became acquianted with via the film of the same name, in which "High Cockalorum!" sees service as one of the songs -- you can watch the relevant portion of the film here. Sky Defender, Fifth Position and Value Bet selection Cockalorum were a couple of lengths behind. The winner, trained by Ralph Beckett and ridden by Harry Bentley, was returned at 10/1.
The charioteer was a little, diamond-headed fellow who straddled the neck of the dragon and moved the levers that made it go. "This," said the High Coco-Lorum pompously, "is a wonderful invention. We are all very proud of our auto-dragons, many of . Synonyms for cockalorum at with free online thesaurus, antonyms, and definitions. Find descriptive alternatives for cockalorum.
The following 41 stories can be found in this historic edition of the Holiday Book: The Pixie in the Pond She Wouldn't Believe It The Golliwog Who Listened Slip-Around's Wishing Wand The Bumble-bee and the Rabbit Green-Eyes' Mistake The Tale of Lanky-Panky Bobby the Cow-Boy The Cockalorum Bird The Magic Shell The Greedy Little Sparrow Here Comes Santa Claus . For "cockalorum," be it noted, we frequently substituted the name of some particularly obnoxious Days of Adventure The Fall of France, No trespassers allowed -- eh, what? young cockalorum.. The Dark House "Now, Lucas, dear boy," said Heriot genially, "tell this old cockalorum who you saw off on a steamer for South America.". The Prodigal Father.
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Cockalorum definition, a self-important little man. See more. cockalorum (kŏk′ə-lôr′əm) n. A little man with an unduly high opinion of himself. Boastful talk; braggadocio.
[Perhaps alteration (influenced by Latin -ōrum, genitive pl. ending) of obsolete Flemish kockeloeren, to crow, of imitative origin.] cockalorum (ˌkɒkəˈlɔːrəm) n 1.
a self-important little man 2. bragging talk; crowing. Cockalorum definition is - a boastful and self-important person. How to use cockalorum in a sentence. Did You Know. Definition - a boastful and self-important person; a strutting little fellow. Once upon a time book titles were a touch more adventurous than they are today.
Take, for example, the slim volume of songs and anecdotes the British publisher J. Fairburn foisted on an unsuspecting public at the turn of the 18th and 19th centuries: The Cockolorum songster, and convivial companion, for.
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Order Little Books for your congregation, as a gift, or for personal devotional time, and spend some quiet time with the Lord. View Our Seasonal Books. High Cockalorum (also Highcockalorum or Buck Buck) is a mess game which involves two teams of roughly 12 people played in a large open space, such as a team, the supporting team, stands in a line at one end of the hall.
The other team lines up at the opposite side. The other team must run as fast as they can and jump onto the backs of the supporting team. Cockalorum definition: a self-important little man | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.
Define cockalorum. cockalorum synonyms, cockalorum pronunciation, cockalorum translation, English dictionary definition of cockalorum. A little man with an unduly high opinion of himself. Boastful talk; braggadocio. n 1. a self-important little.
Buck buck (also known as Johnny-on-a-Pony, or Johnny-on-the-Pony) is a children's game with several variants. One version of the game is played when "one player climbs another's back" and the climber guesses "the number of certain objects out of sight".
Another version of the game is played with "one group of players [climbing] on the backs of a second group in order to build. ★The Little Cockroach: A fantastic new Children's book by upcoming Author Susie Violet. Join Pedro & Enrico on their first Roach Trip.
★This is a story about a Mexican cockroach called Pedro. There was, of course, an earlier animated Water Babies—part of Walt Disney’s Silly Symphony series. Taking very little from the book besides the little stream cherubs (who were in this case able to frolic on land as well as in water), this Technicolor TushieTacular featured an outstanding score by Leigh Harline (more about the Silly Symphony records here.
’s Merbabies (co. cockalorum definition: The definition of a cockalorum is a little man who incorrectly has a very high opinion of himself. (noun) A low-level and unimportant employee who tries to throw around his power and who thinks he is extremely important and boasts a.
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The Enid Blyton holiday book book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. The Enid Blyton holiday book: pagesCONTENTSPAGEThe Pixie i /5(44). A little man with an extraordinarily high opinion of himself, who 'crows' about himself a lot.
The 'crowing' of a cockalorum, cockamamie boasting, false self-praise. Notes: Now, everyone will tell you that the plural of this funny word is cockalorums. However, since the word itself is a joke, why not push it to the limits and call a bunch of.
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