With his hand or with a hooked stick the rider breaks the thread, snatches the cockade—Crac!
Also it had given them a cockade, of red and blue, the colours of Paris.
Close examination of this cockade shows it to be complete, with no traces of a center eagle ever having been added.
And then he looked at the sash and the cockade, and hesitated, apparently at a loss.
There is still a trace of the cockade as a badge in certain military headgears in England and elsewhere.
A patriot's dinner is more my need, citoyenne, than a cockade.
Retainers of the Crown are entitled to the use of the cockade as a badge of the reigning dynasty.
I tell you, I was proud of my cockade and wore it on every occasion.
That the army, navy, or diplomatic officer should put a cockade in his servants' hats, is therefore not difficult to understand.
cockade is a ribband worn in the hat, as defined by Dr. Johnson.