- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of coo.
“A Multi-Surface Cleaner label coos: I LOVE YOUR EVERY SURFACE WHILE I CARE FOR THE ENVIRONMENT.”
“Their coos are a gentler echo of the trains that rumble overhead.”
“But behind the kisses and the coos is a mountain of bills.”
“I proceeded until I had counted my five coos, which is the limited number between the dances.”
“The grunts of the infant are our politicians disparaging each other; gurgles are the leaders of Europe in their race for the salvation of the euro; and the coos are the corporate earnings reports that are better than most of us expected.”
“Poor Chico! "until a quiver of the eyelids and the most pathetic of faint" coos "gave evidence that the sufferer appreciated her sympathy.”
“Here Jackman begins the show by singing the first lines of "Oh What A Beautiful Morning" from the wings and the audience coos with pleasure.”
“How fabulous this is!" he coos, as Stephen Fry spits in anger that someone has stolen his life role.8.25pm: GONG!”
“And there was me, not understanding why they let me leave like that, screaming, “Fuck you both!” and Laura gently making the soft coos of what could someday sound like my name.”
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