caw[ kaw ]SEE DEFINITION OF caw
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Hast thou heard the saying of Angar, Son of Caw the celebrated warrior?
Yes, Gab flapped in at the shop this afternoon to caw over it.
“Caw, caw,” said a big raven that hopped on the stone in front of her.
Like this: I my go up—I cawn't come dahn; no more can Muvver.
We had reached the Caw River, where there were Indians to ferry us across.
Jimmy Crow hopped about him and chuckled softly, "Caw, caw!"
I know all the birds say when they twitter and chirp, caw and coo, gobble and cluck.
The caw of the house-crow is replaced by the deeper note of the corby.
At that instant the bird freed his head, and with a triumphant “caw!”
His "Caw, caw" could be heard half a mile away, if the wind was right.
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