Croak

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Drug slang noun A regional term for a combination of crack and methamphetamine
Vox populi verb Slang, to die
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At last the peasant pinched the raven once more till he croaked, and said: 'Fourthly, he says that there are some cakes under the bed.
Then the peasant once more pinched the raven's head till he croaked loudly.
Open the other chests, white men," croaked Gagool, "there are surely more therein.
So, likewise, passed the summer with its yellow sunlight, its quivering heat and deep, bosky foliage, its long twilights and its mellow nights, through which the frogs croaked and fairy folk were said to be out on the hillsides.
She was a gold-mine, but Carson didn't know how to treat her, and she croaked off with penumonia at Cripple Creek.
She sighed over the perversity of things in general, and croaked a little over her trials in particular, but on the whole got over her loss better than she expected, for soon she had other sorrows beside her own to comfort, and such work does a body more good than floods of regretful tears, or hours of sentimental lamentation.
it breaks my heart to see it," croaked Aunt Myra, as Rose came down a little late, with cheeks almost as ruddy as the holly berries on the wall, and every curl as smooth as Phebe's careful hands could make it.
Then Marian tells how, when the huntsmen cut up the stag, they threw the bone called the raven's bone to one that sat and croaked for it.
You have nothing to do with the wounded Frenchmen," he croaked, in the harshest notes of his voice.
In the days when Cloisterham took offence at the existence of a railroad afar off, as menacing that sensitive constitution, the property of us Britons: the odd fortune of which sacred institution it is to be in exactly equal degrees croaked about, trembled for, and boasted of, whatever happens to anything, anywhere in the world: in those days no neighbouring architecture of lofty proportions had arisen to overshadow Staple Inn.
croaked the invalid, raising himself on one elbow without delay.
As to extirpating," she croaked at the attentive Razumov, "there is only one class in Russia which must be extirpated.