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Bob Croaker was still at the school, and was, from prudential motives, a fast friend of Martin.
MARTIN RATTLERR.M. BALLANTYNE
Bob Croaker was a noted fighter, Martin Rattler was, up to this date, an untried hero.
MARTIN RATTLERR.M. BALLANTYNE
The word courbina is Italian and means croaker, from the Latin, corvus, crow.
What the world gets sick of is the croaker, who never ceases talking about his ailments.
For my own part, I'm not such a croaker, and I've known many a creaking door hanging a precious long time on its hinges.
MOUNT ROYAL, VOLUME 2 OF 3MARY ELIZABETH BRADDON
They lifted their glasses and poured down the liquor, and Dennie continued, "How'd you get out, Croaker?"
We are now hastening to the brink with a rapidity which, croaker as I have always been, I certainly did not anticipate.
THOMAS MOORESTEPHEN GWYNN
Such people silence the complaints of the croaker and command the confidence of those who are struggling to help their fellows.
THE BOOK OF COURAGEJOHN THOMSON FARIS
Deerfoot, from his concealment, saw the painted face of the other warrior, as it was turned indignantly on the croaker.
NED IN THE BLOCK-HOUSEEDWARD S. ELLIS
Baby Mine would try to get between Croaker and Goldilegs, where there wasn't any room.
THE STORY HOURNORA A. SMITH
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