Definition of peacock :
1. In common usage, the species in general or collectively; a peafowl.
2. The male of any pheasant of the genus Pavo, of which at least two species are known, native of Southern Asia and the East Indies.
blue (part of speech: adjective)
fop (part of speech: noun)
boast (part of speech: verb)
bird (part of speech: noun)
grackle, albatross, Canada goose, ringtail, parakeet, owl, loon, wren, dodo, road runner, sandpiper, bald eagle, stork, lark, horned owl, songbird, blue jay, harrier, bittern, sea gull, myna, heron, crested jay, bluebill, emu, crane, macaw, swallow, vulture, nightingale, blackbird, egret, peregrine, dove, canary, chickadee, hawk, mourning dove, cardinal, pheasant, osprey, bird, redbird, quetzal, rook, kingfisher, mallard, snipe, swift, ibis, bluebird, teal, pigeon, goose, turkey, duck, cormorant, sparrow, nuthatch, robin, puffin, lovebird, eagle, woodpecker, waxwing, sheldrake, grouse, ostrich, penguin, booby, tern, raven, yellowbird, buzzard, barn owl, jay, squab, pelican, plover, goldfinch, condor, grosbeak, redwing, flamingo, falcon, tit, coot, spoonbill, magpie, jackdaw, cockatoo, finch, mockingbird, curlew, parrot, partridge, weaver, starling, bullfinch, gull, thrush, oriole, hummingbird, turtledove, cuckoo, cassowary, swan
- Only the peacock and Clara had seemed proud. - "Peggy in Her Blue Frock", Eliza Orne White.
- If the king is merely a picturesque figure- head, like the carved heads of Venus on a vessel's prow, I'd have no objection, but a despotic and vain peacock like the Kaiser, who turns his subjects into military instruments, in my opinion wants destroying along with the other rubbish." - "There was a King in Egypt", Norma Lorimer.
- Belgravia, by W. F. Peacock, 1873, pp. - "Life of Charles Dickens", Frank Marzials.