And in one tree sat a raven, beating his wings and cawing loudly.
I listened, and heard the cawing of rooks, the neighing of horses, and the lowing of cattle.
At intervals they all rise in the air, and wheel about, all cawing at once.
So back they came, cawing at the top of their lungs, for they were very much excited.
Never had Blacky felt more like cawing at the top of his lungs.
But, till that happy time, take my advice, and submit to the cawing.
Their cawing was so constant, that she become superstitious, and declared she could not stand it.
The rooks were cawing and wheeling about the tree-tops, settling for the night.
It sits on the edge of the nest and makes laudable, if ludicrous, efforts at cawing.
Feathers flew in all directions; the cawing and screaming were almost deafening.