Synonyms for coos

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Still seated, she reaches up her arms for the child and coos over it.

Whistles and chirps, coos and caws and croaks, would have grown familiar to him.

On the mother's back the child sleeps and coos and observes what goes on about it.

Just like a pair of turtle-doves, all bills and coos and smiles.

You'd know that by the soothing way it coos, and also by the colour of its breast.

I must say that the virtuous pigeon at first expressed his indignation by coos expressive of fury.

The industry was important at Coos bay at an early day, and vessels constructed there sailed the seas thirty or forty years.

She coos at them, and well she may for she is crowned with the laurel-wreath of the best up-to-date advertising.

The mountains lie directly north of the river valley in Coos and Curry counties, Oregon.

But when the mother puts her face quite near, and laughs and coos, then the baby trembles with an ecstasy of love.