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crooned

verb as in sing

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“All over the world there are children with hopes still burning, in the dreams of tomorrow,” she crooned.

This past Thursday, Singh Sarin pulled out his guitar and soulfully crooned a hit made famous by Ray Charles—“Georgia on My Mind.”

Vivien crooned about his attentions to her in August 1915: “He is all over me, is Bertie, and I simply love him.”

For a moment Beardsley was suspended in astonishment, aware that he had almost crooned the thought.

"Lo-ong ways," she crooned, and her voice was the first attractive thing Bud had discovered about her.

The camp-fire still blazed; near it a bagpipe crooned; now and again a horse shook in its harness.

"I'm moving onwards—gently onwards," crooned Edward Henry to himself.

"They went down to the creek and took a drink," crooned Stacy, gazing steadily at the wide-eyed Chops.

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On this page you'll find 6 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to crooned, such as: hum, murmur, wail, roar, bellow, and lull.

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

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