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grunt

rasp

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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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To track the nation's declining amphibian population and pinpoint the most critical habitats, croaks are counted for three minutes every two weeks.
They will eat almost anything that walks, flies, croaks, creeps or slithers.
One frog who croaks, waits, and croaks again often finds a neighbor croaking during the pauses.
Basically, he who croaks first, even by a few milliseconds, gets the girl.
There's people out there,'' croaks Earnest Matters (played by Geoff Sobelle), realizing for the first time that he actually has a working voice.
Mrs Watt's husband, James, 66, identified the three frogs and the loud croaks activated in court.
For a high-tech demonstration of how covering frogs' ears quiets their croaks, Purgue crafted bits of foam and a spring into frog earmuffs.
The commanding croak of the North American bullfrog is broadcast mostly through its ears, says Alejandro P.
Then, for a long weekend, music fills Ojai's air - as do bird calls and frog croaks and the scent of orange blossoms and night-blooming jasmine.
Baker arrives and, with his ravaged voice, croaks through ``Just Friends'' and a poignant ``My Funny Valentine,'' both of which are repeated during the second concert.
A musical fountain with a frog that croaks ``Jingle Bells.
Many neighborhoods are without real frog sounds, but on the World Wide Web, virtual croaks are ubiquitous.
Gimme a pack of Sen-Sen,'' she croaks in a leathery voice that cuts to the chase yet begs to be pursued.