from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • To coo; croodle.


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  • Dat Exoff Valdeez be comin wid a huge crood-oil enema, jus to unclog dem toobz.

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  • I can't recommend Mr. King's Dark Tower stories to the Sainted Mother-too much "crood and vulgah" language, but I am enjoying them.

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  • Of course the Essy I writ for the Social Science Society is a more finisheder production than the one on Cats, which was wroten when my mind was crood, and afore I had masterd a graceful and ellygant stile of composition.

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  • You see the crood o 'men, sae, they're a' roarin 'thegither.

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  • Toon-Clark i 'the middle there, wi' his hands up, threatenin 'to send for the pileece, an' a 'the crood yalpin' at him like as mony dogs.

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  • He lut it drap on the flure wi 'a clash like a clap o' thunder, an 'I heard a crood o' fowk scurryin 'awa' frae oor bedroom door.

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  • They bring with them, and of crood [6] great plentee,

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  • Classification of beneficiaries under special acts, etc.Proviso. discharged that no such relative of any such soldier or sailor shall belong to this class or be aided as such if the municipal authorities o-rantino; the aid shall have crood and sufficient reason to believe that such soldier or sailor deserted, or that he is still living and wilfully absent from his family.

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  • a michty man like Milton -- ane whase bein 'was a crood o' hermonies



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