- v. Simple past tense and past participle of croak.
“Ali gasped and looked up as a bullfrog croaked from the pond.”
“In his best days, Joe kind of croaked and screamed out his songs, but the words were at least recognizable.”
“Could Bisbee have referred to some other Jim who had "croaked" recently?”
“This was written by Drake, but he and Halleck together "croaked" the following lines, which show that New York life at the beginning of the nineteenth century had something of the variety of London in the time of”
“Only Miss Everett "croaked," and, dearly as she loved her,”
“I kind of croaked out to my partner that if the baby was a girl I was going to call it Yoshimi ... lucky he was a boy.”
“More and more until one day I woke up and croaked like a frog.”
“He opened his mouth to speak, but he only croaked.”
“Two weeks into the new TV season, two new shows have already croaked -- but no new show has really reached ratings nirvana.”
“The boy croaked a soft reply as more bourbon gurgled into Ron's glass.”
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