Chihun gave him a ball of spices, and tickled him under the chin, and Chihun's little baby cooed
to him after work was over.
The brook, of which the banks were clothed with dense masses of a gigantic species of maidenhair fern interspersed with feathery tufts of wild asparagus, sung merrily at our side, the soft air murmured through the leaves of the silver trees, doves cooed
around, and bright-winged birds flashed like living gems from bough to bough.
Sometimes he came home with his head bandaged, and then Wendy cooed
over him and bathed it in lukewarm water, while he told a dazzling tale.
The Eagles had never cooed
before as they did on parade in those days, when they were reared above all the flags of all the nations of Europe.
And Gerda related all, from the very beginning: the Wood-pigeons cooed
above in their cage, and the others slept.