Croak


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Related to Croak: grunt
Drug slang noun A regional term for a combination of crack and methamphetamine
Vox populi verb Slang, to die
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There was an answering croak from a little distance in the wood--evidently a croak of inquiry.
Really it is quite like a croak, and croaking is of course the most musical sound in the world.
La, I know not, I am but in an ill voice this day; prythee ask me not; dost thou not hear how I croak like a frog?
Silent, like sorrowing children, the birds have ceased their song, and only the moorhen's plaintive cry and the harsh croak of the corncrake stirs the awed hush around the couch of waters, where the dying day breathes out her last.
Or supposing that you strayed from your five wits--it's not so far to go, but that it might be--and laid hands upon that throat of yours, warning your fellows (if you have a fellow) how they croak their comfortable wickedness to raving heads and stricken hearts.
She laughed a laugh that was like a prophetic croak.
Jupiter, displeased with all their complaints, sent a Heron, who preyed upon the Frogs day by day till there were none left to croak upon the lake.
I used to croak and fret dreadfully, and get so unhappy, I was n't fit for anything.
His mirth was hoarse and ghastly, like a raven's croak, and the sick wolf joined him, howling lugubriously.
746-747) When you are building a house, do not leave it rough-hewn, or a cawing crow may settle on it and croak.
For right at my back came one loud word--more like a croak than a word, in my way of thinking.
With this casting down of his gauntlet, Tim Linkinwater struck the desk such a blow with his clenched fist, that the old blackbird tumbled off his perch with the start it gave him, and actually uttered a feeble croak, in the extremity of his astonishment.