cockster

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

cock +‎ -ster

Noun[edit]

cockster (plural cocksters)

  1. (slang, rare) A cocky man.
    • 1961, Michael Shurtleff, Call Me by My Rightful Name: A Play, page 43:
      Whatsa matter — that stuff about you bein' such a great cockster — just a lotta bull?
    • 2001, Steven E. Sanders, Memoirs of a Lost Soul: A Literary History, page 48:
      I wasn't an experienced cockster by any means, but I did need to learn a lot more than I knew right now.
    • 2001, Tim McGhee, Wise Fools, page 279:
      I replied with the cockster's smile. “Fuckin' lucky guess.”

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