croak[ krohk ]SEE DEFINITION OF croak
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CROAK
All the same though, this cough won't do me the service of making me croak.
If you wanted to drink by yourself, you could croak by yourself.
Seven feet of earth, if you like, just to be able to croak on my back.'
He tried to cry out, but the effort resulted only in a croak in his throat.
She touched it with her fingers; the frog did not move or croak.
Send a man home to croak of a cold on the chest—that's one of your tame tricks.
You must buy The Croak; that'll be cheaper and more effective.
The Croak's in Joliet doing three years for working the sawdust.'
Yet far be it from me to croak as the "laudator temporis acti."
This time it was George who spoke, inquiring, 'Is there anything to croak about, then?'