croak

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Synonyms for croak

grunt

rasp

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Synonyms for croak

a harsh hoarse utterance (as of a frog)

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utter a hoarse sound, like a raven

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make complaining remarks or noises under one's breath

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Inside, grandmothers sporting Ravens visors croaked team cheers in raspy, nicotine-ravaged voices.
Now Zayn Malik's croaked it and left One Direction, bandmate Harry Styles has leapfrogged into the forefront - literally.
he croaked, and hopped down the road as fast as he could go-plinkity-plonkity-plinkity-plonkity--singing his favorite song:
She told the court: "They croaked every time I went into my garden.
For they were fitted with a sensor to detect movement, and croaked non- stop day and night, it was alleged.
TV viewers were stunned when the Braveheart star croaked into a special microphone: "I woke up and I couldn't talk.
He croaked to Mikey: "Now he's my best friend, he hides crisps and nuts in the cupboard, and he keeps his T-shirts nice and tidy.
Happy with his new trailer park life, he didn't care much when the impostor croaked and the only evidence of their agreement went up in a barbecue accident.
I've just got off a three-day bus journey from Turkey," she croaked.
She said: "They croaked every time I went into my own garden.
ICY STARE: Seal in Arctic' CROAKED IT: Snake snaps frog
Globe winner Edie Falco, who was already starting to lose her voice, croaked, ``You've changed my whole look, not just my brows.
Many of the bands that shared the pop charts with them in their teens have long since croaked it.
TV star Kermit brought The People columnist down to earth with a bump when he suddenly croaked that he was "unavailable".
I need an ambulance,'' croaked Crenshaw, the champion here in 1984 and 1995.