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Old Croaky was a granddaddy bullfrog with whom they were very well acquainted, for he sang for them every evening.EVERY GIRL'S BOOKGEORGE F. BUTLER
Ward: Is there anything now has a sound like the croaky screech of a jackdaw?SEVEN SHORT PLAYSLADY GREGORY
"Or a magpie," answered she, with a capital imitation of Mistress Mag's croaky voice.THE LITTLE LAME PRINCEMISS MULOCK--PSEUDONYM OF MARIA DINAH CRAIK
"I s'pose she has got her hands full with Miss Croaky, anyway," chattered Jill, bobbing up and under again.STANDARD SELECTIONSVARIOUS
"Dear me," cried Puss to Mrs. Duck and he looked about him for the owner of the sad croaky voice.PUSS JUNIOR AND ROBINSON CRUSOEDAVID CORY
The expression tickled him into a creaky, croaky sort of laugh.A MAID OF THE KENTUCKY HILLSEDWIN CARLILE LITSEY
"Or a Magpie," answered she with a capital imitation of Mag's croaky voice.THE LITTLE LAME PRINCEDINAH MARIA MULOCK
“The Bishop is a good man,” interrupted his companion of the greatcoat and glazed hat, in a strange croaky tone.LAVENGROGEORGE BORROW

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