cocket definition

  • noun:
    • a document granted because of the relationship workplace saying that duty has-been compensated and goods might be sold.
    • An office in a customhouse where products meant for export are registered.
    • A measure for breads.
    • A customhouse seal; an avowed document provided to a shipper as a warrant that his products have-been duly entered and now have paid responsibility.
    • An office in a customhouse in which products meant for export tend to be entered.
    • A measure for breads.
    • In The united kingdomt
    • A seal of custom-house.
    • A scroll of parchment sealed and delivered by the officers for the custom-house to a merchant as a warrant that their merchandise is entered.
    • any office of entry.
    • A stamp; an official seal of any kind.
    • Same as cocket-bread.
    • A loaf or dessert of cocket-bread. See first plant under cocket-bread.
    • A measure. See first extract under cocket-bread.
    • A pert, swaggering other; a gallant.
  • adjective:
    • Pert; saucy.
  • others:
    • To stamp or mark with a cocket. See cocket, n., 4.
    • Brisk; pert; saucy.
    • to become listed on or fasten in building.

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