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mockney

(ˈmɒknɪ)
n
1. (Languages) (often capital) a person who affects a cockney accent
2. (Peoples) (often capital) a person who affects a cockney accent
3. (Languages) an affected cockney accent
adj
4. (Languages) denoting an affected cockney accent or a person who has one
5. (Peoples) denoting an affected cockney accent or a person who has one
[C20: mock + (cock)ney]
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His cheeky chappy mockney accent (he's from Surrey), with his exclamations of "wicked" and "naughty", are reminiscent of when Jamie Oliver first appeared on our screens in the 90s.
All we needed was for Jamie to put on his best Mockney voice and launch into a chorus of: "Oh, mi darlin' clementines.
Candice will be inundated with TV offers and probably get her own line in lipstick too - making her real pucker as famous as Jamie Oliver's mockney catchphrase.
Now stand by for the gastronomic wannabes' "journey" and lashings of mockney Gregg's legendary catchphrase: "You've got two minutes
Amid the mockney accents, takesforever-to-get-started storyline and uneven acting is a clear attempt to cash-in on the success of Taken with an added dash of TV's 24.
Amid the mockney accents, forever-to-get started storyline and uneven acting is a clear attempt to cash in on the success of Taken with an added dash of TV's 24.
So magical is this tale of an unusal nanny's adventures with the children of a stuffy banker, that not even Dick Van Dyke's mockney accent can torpedo it.
Since that distant era, the band's members have traded the laddish attitude and Mockney inflections of hits like "Parklife'' for remarkably varied pursuits.
Hard-man Danny is the star of this episode, not just because of his quirky mockney rhyming slang but because he frequently looks genuinely worried what his little girl will come out with next.
Topping it off was an outlandish performance by Depp, layering on a mockney accent and lashings of guy-liner in an eccentric riff on Rolling Stone Keith Richards, that further terrified the suits who were backing the project.
The career of Martin Kemp describes an odd trajectory, from Spandau Ballet's pouting New Romantic to grizzled Mockney bruiser in The Krays and EastEnders.
Mike Skinner's mockney monotone tales of everyday life return to Liverpool for one last Streets gig.