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Use "cockamamy" in a sentence
"Donald R. Morris The Houston Post In "The Joys and Oys of Yiddish" [XV,3], Messrs. Lederer and Schenkerman put the word cockamamy"
"FITZWATER: Well, the "cockamamy" part of the idea that a President is going to be so intimidated by the press or wilt under the pressure and walk out of the Presidency, or something like that."
""Come on now, Peter, please don't try to flatter me with some kind of cockamamy line about love at first sight," she said, giving him a look that told him she wouldn't begin to believe it if he tried."