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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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"Hello, London," she said in her finest mockney. "Wel-cum to my Teenage Dream tour.
It would be the Glaswegian comedy equivalent of Mockney behaviour
Football hard man Vinnie Jones made a name for himself in Guy Ritchie's Mockney gangster movie, Lock, Stock & Two Smoking Barrels.
Ewan McGregor and Colin Farrell both sport awful mockney accents as a couple of brothers grim in this rather daft thriller from Woody Allen.
I FELT I'd had my fill of Jamie Oliver after seeing him and his unsavoury pals dominate the schedules with his mockney accent and laddish behaviour.
The Mockney's doppleganger was the one in the apron.
RocknRolla is two hours of more of the same, accompanied by the usual soundtrack of mockney accents and gunfire.
Having recently targeted school dinners, the mockney now wants tofind out why Italian families - rich and poor - areso passionate about food, compared to us apparently useless Brits.
This mockney muppet would have us believe he does well with the 'Birdz' on package holidays.
When Anozie isn't delivering a tired voiceover about honour on the terraces, we're treated to rubbish fights, feeble dialogue and mockney accents.
MAXWELL This mockney muppet would have us believe he does well with the 'Birdz' on package holidays.
IT hurts to write these words but as Jamie Oliver continues to win friends and influence important people in his bid to improve the health of our children, you've got to applaud the cheeky chappy mockney Cockernee.