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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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n- A fine fellow.

Usage examples (13)
  • Good Shakespearean word, bawcock: euphonious, too --
  • Why, that's my bawcock; what? has't fmutch'dthynofe?
  • So 't is a Fool must die and sing no more, and there's the pity on't for love a song, I.- being a companionable soul and jovial withal, aye, a very bawcock of a...
  • "We're a-going to make you fast, my bawcock, and don't make no mistake. for more
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