Max cried, unguardedly, as he was finishing his sixth cookey.
The whistle will blow, I'll bet a cookey, just when we're on the edge of a score!
It would go well with that stew, taken out of a tin cup—eh, cookey?
But cookey only shouted back: "Never mind about blinkin' mines nah; is this your perishin' dish with no tally on it?"
You bring the little thing in here to-night and I'll give her a Christmas cookey.
As it was, she had a blouse pocket full of coffee, and she bore up with at least one ear full of cookey crumbs.
So they sent him into the scullery, and when they called all the other servants barons and lords, they only called him cookey.
After a while she would give me a cookey or a piece of bread and butter for lunch; that I could take home.
Its sure getting interesting, fellers; and Id give a cookey to know who he might be, wouldnt you?
He had on a superfine broadcloth coat, that didn't cost a whit less than ten dollars a yard, I wouldn't be afraid to bet a cookey.