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croaker

noun as in frog

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The yellow croaker fish maw in the soup chef Eddy Leung had prepared for us on Tuesday tasted similar.

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Frogs within the region are darker than those outside it, which may indicate the croakers are developing defenses against radiation.

The easiest way to convince a croaker to write a “script” for morphine is to fake gallstones or kidney stones.

Bob Croaker was still at the school, and was, from prudential motives, a fast friend of Martin.

Bob Croaker was a noted fighter, Martin Rattler was, up to this date, an untried hero.

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.

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On this page you'll find 5 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to croaker, such as: toad, bullfrog, caecilian, and polliwog.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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