Definition of Mocock

1. a North American bark box [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mocock

mockneys
mocks
mockt
mocktail
mocktails
mocktini
mocktinis
mockumentaries
mockumentary
mockumentation
mockumentations
mockup
mockups
moclobemide
moco
mocock (current term)
mococks
mocque
mocs
moctezumite
mocuck
mocucks
mocuddum
mocuddums
mod.F.
mod con
mod cons
mod man
mod men
modacrylic

Literary usage of Mocock

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1. Essays and Observations on Natural History, Anatomy, Physiology, Psychology by John Hunter, Richard Owen (1861)
"The sanguine' seems to be a small mocock or mongoose; ... The duodenum passes as usual, or, as in the mocock, is not covered by the root of mesentery, ..."

2. An American Glossary by Richard Hopwood Thornton (1912)
"69. 1864 The undrained plantation is becoming the swampy ' Eight Years in Congress,' p. 390 (1865). mocock. See the first quotation. pleasure ground of the ..."

3. Chicago Antiquities: Comprising Original Items and Relations, Letters by Henry Higgins Hurlbut (1881)
"From our paper read before the Chicago Historical Society, October, 1878, we extract the following: " It is claimed that the fragments of a mocock of Indian ..."

4. Memoirs of Lenawee County, Michigan: From the Earliest Historical Times Down by Richard Illenden Bonner (1909)
"It was maple sugar, and was put up in a vessel called a "mocock. ... A "mocock" of maple sugar would last a family several months. ..."

5. The Bean Creek Valley by James J. Hogaboam (1876)
"It was maple sugar, and was put up in a vessel called a "mocock. ... A "mocock" of maple sugar would last a family several months. ..."

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