At the same time, I can't just sit here in my own little cocoon every night, can I?
Many people think that monarchs spin their cocoon but they in fact just shed their skin to form the chrysalis.
the cocoon of her kimono
Instead of leading the country to an exciting new reality, they cocoon in a scary, paranoid, regressive reality.
His life seems well in order, as if nicely wrapped in a cocoon of privilege and pleasure.
The delicate moth that emerges from the cocoon is a pale yellowish-green.
If you want to cocoon for a while to recharge your batteries, this is the perfect place to do it.
I wondered if I was alone in this emotional cocoon and eagerly sought the solace of expressive uniformity from other movie goers.
The chrysalis is what the silkworm becomes when it finishes spinning its cocoon .
The mist hung in a sort of cocoon about them, blotting out the rest of the forest.