Synonyms for Cockney:

adj.

vulgar (adjective)
brazen, ignoble, rude, depraved, unbecoming, clumsy, common, idiomatic, graceless, unpolished, rank, outlandish, repulsive, offensive, tawdry, revolting, boorish, colloquial, philistine, chintzy, sleazy, coarse-grained, earthy, obscene, tactless, garish, base, brutish, crude, inelegant, ill-bred, gaudy, sordid, homespun, salty, glaring, indelicate, low, cheap, barnyard, unrefined, raw, unseemly, degraded, scandalous, broad, barbaric, gross, coarse, crass, rough, shameless, profane, vulgar, ignominious, undignified, animal, in bad taste, tasteless.

n.

parisian, Mumbaikar, londoner, muscovite, Angeleno, Okie, glaswegian, Geordie. RP, Received Pronunciation, elf, Middle English, British English, the Queen's English, Black English, BBC English.

Other synonyms:

Geordie, Angeleno, parisian, Okie, BBC English, muscovite, Black English, the Queen's English, Mumbaikar, British English, Received Pronunciation, glaswegian, Middle English, londoner, RP. elf. Other relevant words:
parisian, Mumbaikar, londoner, muscovite, Angeleno, Okie, glaswegian, Geordie.

Usage examples for cockney

  1. The game little cockney peered into his distorted face, and wondered. – The Missourian by Eugene P. (Eugene Percy) Lyle
  2. Consternation at what might have happened, and a huge joy that it had not happened, struggled for mastery, and between the two the game little Cockney broke down and sobbed like a child. – With Haig on the Somme by D. H. Parry
  3. It's so discouraging when Arabs answer me in Cockney English, or say " Sure" in American! – It Happened in Egypt by C. N. Williamson A. M. Williamson