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Usage Examples for CROAKER

  1. So they kept on to Uncle Wiggily's house, thinking they would walk home with Grandpa Croaker, and when they came to where the old gentleman rabbit lived, they saw the alligator standing on his tail outside with his head in through the window. - "Bully and Bawly No-Tail" by Howard R. Garis
  2. Drew let Croaker settle to the gait which suited him best. - "Ride Proud, Rebel!" by Andre Alice Norton
  3. Carlyle, who in other matters is, according to Mr. Laing, a great genius, a more than prophet of the new religion, on this point suddenly collapses into " a dreadful croaker," styling his own age " barren, brainless, soulless, faithless." - "The Faith of the Millions (2nd series)" by George Tyrrell
  4. Ye're an ould croaker, says Mrs. Daly, giving her a good- humored shake, An' now sit down, Miss Monica an' Miss Kit, do, till I get ye the sup o' tay. - "Rossmoyne" by Unknown
  5. Howbeit it was not yet time to give up all hope, and he himself would never weary of his search: Young Kubbeling, who had meanwhile sent Uhlwurm with the leech to see the sick man and then taken his seat again with the wine- cup before him, had nevertheless kept one ear open, and had hearkened like the rest to what Ann had been saying; then on a sudden he thrust away his glass, shook his big fist in wrath, and cried out, to the door, as it were, through which Uhlwurm had departed, " That croaker, that death- watch, that bird of ill- omen! - "The Complete Historical Romances of Georg Ebers" by Georg Ebers