Synonyms of cock in English:

cock


See definition of cock

noun

1‘a cock and two hens’

SYNONYMS

rooster, cockerel, male fowl, capon

literary chanticleer


verb

1‘he cocked his head towards the sound’

SYNONYMS

tilt, tip, angle, lean, slope, bank, slant, incline, pitch, dip, cant, bevel, camber, heel, careen, put at an angle

2‘she cocked her little finger when she held a cup’

SYNONYMS

bend, flex, crook, angle, curve, kink

3‘a greyhound cocked its leg against a tree’

SYNONYMS

lift, raise, lift up, hold up


Phrases

    cock and bull story

      ‘I dismissed this as another cock and bull story’

      SYNONYMS

      fairy story, fairy tale, made-up story, trumped-up story, fake news, fabrication, concoction, piece of fiction, fiction, falsification, falsity, lie, untruth, falsehood, fib, deception, barefaced lie

      white lie, little white lie, half-truth, exaggeration, prevarication, departure from the truth, alternative fact

      yarn, story, red herring, rumour, myth, flight of fancy, figment of the imagination

      pretence, pretext, sham, ruse, wile, trickery, stratagem

      tall story, tall tale, whopper

      British

      porky, pork pie, porky pie

      humorous

      terminological inexactitude

      vulgar slang

      bullshit

      NZ Australian vulgar slang

      bulldust