crow[ kroh ]SEE DEFINITION OF crow
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CROW
Methinks that Gascony is too small a cock to crow so lustily.
If anything should happen, the call will be three croaks of a crow.
She is not so infallible a markswoman, but that she might shoot at a crow and kill a pigeon.
His flight to the crow's nest had been an effort to escape its fury, but it had followed him there.
This she did for some time, until the cock in the village began to crow.
The Crow had got too much of a start, they said, considering that the wind was in her favour.
Anyhow, I think I have been wise to risk it, and follow the Crow.
Parry, too, clapped his hands, and felt as if he wanted to crow.
She bore it to the kitchen, read it all, and returned to crow vaingloriously.
And when the hat turned around there was a face under it as black as a crow.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CROW
- attract attention
- blow one's own horn
- blow smoke
- congratulate oneself
- flatter oneself
- give a good account of oneself
- hug oneself
- lay on thick
- show off
- sound off
- talk big