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cock in Weapons topic

cockcock2 verb [transitive]  1 LIFTto lift a part of your body, or hold a part of your body at an angle She cocked her head and considered the offer. He cocked a quizzical eyebrow at her.2 PMWto pull back the hammer of a gun so that it is ready to be fired3 WEAR CLOTHESto move your hat so that it is at an angle4 cock an ear/eye5 cock a snook at somebody/something cock something ↔ up→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
cockHer hand fell away from the switch and she took a step towards the typists' room, her head cocked.The federal parliament also cocked a snook at the United Nations administration in Kosovo.When she failed to retort he cocked an eyebrow at her, waiting for the sparring to continue.Hardin cocked an eyebrow.Mike seemed to be sitting in bed with his head cocked back against the headboard.She purses her lips and cocks her head and starts shaking it.She cocked her head to one side.She cocked her head to try and make out sounds but there were none.He would cock his head and peer into my eyes the way Marine Drill Instructors check rifle actions for lint.He cocked his head, waiting for an answer.Léonie opened one eye and cocked it ready.Still looking into my eyes, he raised the pistol against his head and cocked the hammer.The soldiers cocked their pistols, ready to fire.cocked ... headShe frowned and cocked her head, and her tone got serious and sharp.Johnson cocked his head, and there was strategy in that delay.Joey Seldon cocked his head curiously.She cocked her head, listening.Ratagan cocked his head to listen to the race of the wind outside that creaked the rafters.She cocked her head to one side.She cocked her head to try and make out sounds but there were none.He cocked his head, waiting for an answer.