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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Don't croak any more, but come home jolly, there's a dear.
There was an answering croak from a little distance in the wood--evidently a croak of inquiry.
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.
It often seems like a very hard and dismal place, and I croak over my trials like an ungrateful raven.
When they give themselves out as wise, then do their petty sayings and truths chill me: in their wisdom there is often an odour as if it came from the swamp; and verily, I have even heard the frog croak in it!
But so it is the same thing that all the frogs croak before a storm.
The raven gave a short, comfortable, confidential kind of croak;--a most expressive croak, which seemed to say, 'You needn't let these fellows into our secrets.
Grunts, rasps, croaks, gasps: this isn't their song;
Make sure to avoid BBC when the murdering old terrorist croaks.
In the evenings the peeps and croaks of newfound friendship danced on the warm night air.
Then Shrek, voiced by Mike Myers, finds himself with the unwelcome prospect of becoming King of Far Far Away when his frogger-in-law King Harold suddenly croaks.