croakily
See croak.

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  • croakily — croak ► NOUN ▪ a characteristic deep hoarse sound made by a frog or a crow. ► VERB 1) utter a croak. 2) informal die. DERIVATIVES croaker noun croakily adverb croaky adjective (croakier …   English terms dictionary

  • croakily — adv. with harsh sounds, hoarsely, huskily …   English contemporary dictionary

  • croakily — croakˈily adverb • • • Main Entry: ↑croak …   Useful english dictionary

  • croaky — croakily, adv. croakiness, n. /kroh kee/, adj., croakier, croakiest. low pitched and hoarse; croaking. [1840 50; CROAK + Y1] * * * …   Universalium

  • croak — noun a characteristic deep hoarse sound made by a frog or a crow. verb 1》 (of a frog or crow) utter a croak. 2》 informal die. 3》 archaic prophesy evil or misfortune. Derivatives croakily adverb croaky adjective Origin ME: imitative …   English new terms dictionary

  • croaky — /ˈkroʊki/ (say krohkee) adjective making a croaking sound. –croakily, adverb …   Australian English dictionary

  • croak — ► NOUN ▪ a characteristic deep hoarse sound made by a frog or a crow. ► VERB 1) utter a croak. 2) informal die. DERIVATIVES croaker noun croakily adverb croaky adjective (croakier …   English terms dictionary

  • croaker — croak ► NOUN ▪ a characteristic deep hoarse sound made by a frog or a crow. ► VERB 1) utter a croak. 2) informal die. DERIVATIVES croaker noun croakily adverb croaky adjective (croakier …   English terms dictionary

  • croakier — croak ► NOUN ▪ a characteristic deep hoarse sound made by a frog or a crow. ► VERB 1) utter a croak. 2) informal die. DERIVATIVES croaker noun croakily adverb croaky adjective (croakier …   English terms dictionary

  • croakiest — croak ► NOUN ▪ a characteristic deep hoarse sound made by a frog or a crow. ► VERB 1) utter a croak. 2) informal die. DERIVATIVES croaker noun croakily adverb croaky adjective (croakier …   English terms dictionary

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