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Croaking

Croaking- Definition:verb (past and past participle croaked, present participle croak·ing, 3rd person present singular croaks)  1.  intransitive verb make low-pitched call: to make a rough, usually low-pitched, vibrating sound, especially the characteristic cry of a frog or crow  2.  transitive and intransitive verb speak hoarsely: to speak or say something in a rough low uneven voice because of a dry or sore throat  3.  intransitive verb grumble: to grumble or mutter gloomily (informal)  4.  transitive and intransitive verb kill or die: to kill somebody, or be killed (slang)    [Mid-16th century. Probably an imitation of the sound]   -croak·i·ly, adverb -croak·y, adjective

Croaking- Definition:

verb (past and past participle croaked, present participle croak·ing, 3rd person present singular croaks) 1. intransitive verb make low-pitched call: to make a rough, usually low-pitched, vibrating sound, especially the characteristic cry of a frog or crow 2. transitive and intransitive verb speak hoarsely: to speak or say something in a rough low uneven voice because of a dry or sore throat 3. intransitive verb grumble: to grumble or mutter gloomily (informal) 4. transitive and intransitive verb kill or die: to kill somebody, or be killed (slang) [Mid-16th century. Probably an imitation of the sound] -croak·i·ly, adverb -croak·y, adjective

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