When she cawed she dropped the cheese and the Fox ran away with it.
Every rook within a mile flew from its eyrie and cawed strenuously.
Ravens, driven from their repast by the storm, cawed hungrily in the trees.
The bellhop waved at them and they cawed at her and flew off.
Just a while ago I cawed and that rascal Vaska almost fell off the fence.
There he sat on his dowp, an' cawed the shuttle and smiled like creish.
Then I lay down in a thick clump of bushes near by and cawed excitedly.
The rooks, those staunch adherents to old family abodes, still hovered and cawed about their hereditary nests.
They cawed a little louder when they discovered the intruder, then began in a straggling manner to fly away.
A crow sat upon the dead limb of a sycamore, and cawed, and cawed, in noisy unrest.