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  • Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • a Cockaded Wearing a cockade.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • cockaded Wearing a cockade.
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In literature:

Hardly a coat but bore a secession cockade.
"History of the United States, Volume 3 (of 6)" by E. Benjamin Andrews
The white ribbon, like the white cockade, distinguished a Jacobite; the red ribbon and the black cockade were Hanoverian.
"Out in the Forty-Five" by Emily Sarah Holt
My father won't let me do anything more than just wear a cockade and watch-ribbon.
"Deerbrook" by Harriet Martineau
When the rain ceased, our commander went below, and returned, in a short time, gaily equipped in his full uniform, cockade and dirk.
"A Journal of a Young Man of Massachusetts, 2nd ed." by Benjamin Waterhouse
He was made by acclamation Colonel General of the new National Guard and gave them the white cockade.
"Lafayette" by Martha Foote Crow
Jose alone looked the same, in his sky-blue livery and cockaded hat.
"The Free Lances" by Mayne Reid
All those who shall unite in this procession are requested to wear a tri-coloured cockade and an appropriate badge.
"Celebration in Baltimore of the Triumph of Liberty in France" by William Wirt
There M. Bailly presented, and put into his hat the popular cockade, and addrest him.
"The Best of the World's Classics, Restricted to Prose, Vol. IX (of X) - America - I" by Various
The multi-coloured cockades or the bows of ribbon in one shade?
"A Nest of Spies" by Pierre Souvestre
A cockade, a lapell'd coat, and a feather, they will tell you, are irresistible by a female heart.
"The Contrast" by Royall Tyler
And thus became a settler and my neighbour; thanks to the drum and fife and the white cockade, that lured you from your home.
"She Would Be a Soldier" by Mordecai Manuel Noah
I was on the platform, supported between two men in uniform, with cocked hats and cockades.
"Masterpieces of Mystery" by Various
May the French Embassy from this day forward Display the tricolor cockade?
"L'Aiglon" by Edmond Rostand
Cockades, green one; the color of hope!
"Orphans of the Storm" by Henry MacMahon
They would have made two fine cockades for the town-sergeant, wouldn't they?
"The Mysteries of Paris, Volume 2 of 6" by Eugène Sue
The game of the "cockades" was next on the programme.
"King of Camargue" by Jean Aicard
It drags the cockade through the gutter, not to speak of the sword-knot.
"Regina or the Sins of the Fathers" by Hermann Sudermann
At least, he supposed it was a cockade!
"The Belovéd Traitor" by Frank L. Packard
One can learn nothing from the depths of a coupe, driven by a coachman wearing a tri-colored cockade.
"The Crime of the Boulevard" by Jules Claretie
Before very long the Red-cockaded Woodpecker will have his picture taken too, I suppose.
"Birds Illustrated by Color Photography [February, 1898]" by Various

In poetry:

The pretty ladies'-maids were pinning of cockades,
And tying on of sashes;
And dropping gentle tears, while their lovers bluster'd fierce,
About gunshot and gashes;
"The Legend Of St. Sophia Of Kioff" by William Makepeace Thackeray

In news:

The Case of the Red- Cockaded Woodpecker.
Thirteen family groups totally 30-40 birds live in an area on Lake Mitchell that has been maintained by Alabama Power to sustain and eventually increase the numbers of Red Cockaded Woodpeckers .
The Case of the Red-Cockaded Woodpecker .
Restoring this ecosystem through a variety of projects in many states provides habitat for several endangered animals, such as the red-cockaded woodpecker.