By degrees her voice had lost its cooing tone and had risen to a shriek.
"Yes, you're mighty nice and cooing when you got me where you want me," he jeered.
And so their life had hitherto been a game of love, an everlasting billing and cooing.
He was cooing and blowing at little Katherine over the fringe of her towels.
"That is the cooing of wood-pigeons or doves," said Mr. Fairchild.
In all your dealings with women take a lesson from the cooing dove.
The nightingale was now cooing in the bushes, as it does when it has found its mate.
Good morning t' ye, good folks; as usual, I perceive, billing and cooing.
He responds to her care by sleeping and waking, by crying and cooing.
There, high up in the mountains, lies the dove-cote where they hope to do their billing and cooing.