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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of cuckoo.

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Examples

  • The wooden bird, looking down at her in friendly fashion, "cuckooed" eight times, flapped his wings at her and disappeared.

    The Captives

  • Devon and Cornwall Police said Dean and Davis "cuckooed" themselves into homes through mental and physical abuse and in one case a tenant was forced to sleep rough under bridges.

    icNewcastle

  • Devon and Cornwall Police said Dean and Davis "cuckooed" themselves into homes through mental and physical abuse and in one case a tenant was forced to sleep rough under bridges.

    icCheshireOnline

  • Devon and Cornwall Police said Dean and Davis "cuckooed" themselves into homes through mental and physical abuse and in one case a tenant was forced to sleep rough under bridges.

    icLiverpool

  • If you're a granny living on your own you won't get cuckooed, because you will have a network of friends around to support you.

    Vulnerable tenants targeted by drug gang 'cuckoos'

  • Myra wanted to tell it to SHUT UP as it cuckooed six times.

    MORE FROM GINNY BATES: PAINTERLAND

  • He was toying with the cigar now, marching into Ye Jesters as the antique cuckoo clock above the reception desk cuckooed three, a commanding general trailed after by his army of one, which happened to be the white-haired, stoop-shouldered Mugsy Charleson.

    Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine

  • He was toying with the cigar now, marching into Ye Jesters as the antique cuckoo clock above the reception desk cuckooed three, a commanding general trailed after by his army of one, which happened to be the white-haired, stoop-shouldered Mugsy Charleson.

    Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine

  • It was certainly stopped, for the weights were off and lying upon the ground, and yet, as I stood there, the cuckoo came out and cuckooed at me.

    Collected Works of W. B. Yeats Volume III Autobiographies

  • It was certainly stopped, for the weights were off and lying upon the ground, and yet, as I stood there, the cuckoo came out and cuckooed at me.

    Collected Works of W. B. Yeats Volume III Autobiographies

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