There are croakers in every country, always boding its ruin.
I am not one of the croakers who think it sinful to reward honesty.
Here some of the liveliest of the Croakers were conceived and brought forth.
As if the decadence were not already in progress, and they, the croakers, responsible for it!
This may be true, but not in the sense which these croakers of misery would intimate.
Our world is filled with croakers who are always sighing for the good old days.
But I turned a deaf ear to the croakers, and obeyed the dictates of my own heart.
She whispered to the image, demanding what it thought of these croakers.
I have no doubt the croakers of that day told Shakespeare the same.
Croakers say, as they have always said, that the race of giants has died out.