- v. Simple past tense and past participle of crow.
“I was there in St. Paul and Obama complimented Clinton again and again and from the first to the last mention of her name the crowed applauded unprompted.”
“But immediately that group's record label crowed that the "Tottenham sound" had beaten the "Liverpool sound.”
“Friday's Wall Street Journal editorial, "Barack's Windfall Reversal," in barely contained gleeful terms crowed that a transition spokesman "explained this week that that the drop in oil prices to $50 barrel has made the windfall tax a dead letter.”
“Gamecock recalls crowed warnings of the latter before the latest equinoxes.”
“This done, he drew out his bowie-knife, and with the blade "crowed" a hole into the turf, about a foot deep, and ten inches or a foot in diameter.”
“The cavity, which Snowball had "crowed" in the carcass of the whale was soon filled with oil taken from the case.”
“Philippe Sands, author of the "Torture Team," crowed: "This is the end of these people's professional reputations!”
“I was a little unfair summarizing my contact with Time Inc.; the company has not "crowed" about its iPad bridge software, and in fact has plans to iteratively improve its iPad product.”
“The popera Italian trio are taping a segment for Extra to a stunned crowed.”
“The Gingrich has always made do with votes scavenged from other Republicans, but this time may find itself crowed out by other subspecies like the Massachusetts White Romney, another slimy reptilian creature currently found in Iowa," says Professor Richard Karn at the University of Georgia.”
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