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Synonyms for crow




Synonyms for crow

to talk with excessive pride

to feel or express an uplifting joy over a success or victory

Words related to crow

black birds having a raucous call

the cry of a cock (or an imitation of it)

a member of the Siouan people formerly living in eastern Montana

Related Words

a small quadrilateral constellation in the southern hemisphere near Virgo


a Siouan language spoken by the Crow

express pleasure verbally

utter shrill sounds

References in classic literature ?
I am the Prince,' he said, 'who you in your goodness, when I was wandering about in the shape of a black crow, freed from the most awful torments.
On the first of July the band of Crow warriors again crossed their path.
The Crows were in pursuit of a band of Cheyennes, who had attacked their village in the night and killed one of their people.
In the course of their fraternal caresses, the Crows had contrived to empty the pockets of their white brothers; to abstract the very buttons from their coats, and, above all, to make free with their hunting knives.
This fellow will scare the crows fast enough,' said the farmer.
After the crows had gone I thought this over, and decided I would try hard to get some brains.
The Crow Dispersal Program is a vital part of the maintenance and safety of the Capitol Complex," Secretary Curt Topper noted.
I would imagine that anywhere not close to a keepered estate, without nest control, will be seeing crow numbers going skyhigh this summer.
Some pest control firms say they have been receiving up to four crow control enquiries a month since the beginning of the year.
To determine whether light cues or circadian rhythms (a regular, 24-hour cycle of activity) are the primary reason behind a rooster's crow, the scientists examined how often roosters crowed under different light cycles.
The National Trust and Crow Hill celebrated the best of Yorkshire by organising a garden fete where visitors enjoyed stalls, Victorian children's games, afternoon tea and tours of the historic Crow Hill.
The bird was too young to fly so the crow picked it up in its beak and moved it to the gutter after a narrow miss with a passing car.
Crow grabbed a robin In the rare blue sky, And crashed the smaller Bird down to the street In front of my home.
Hubbardston's Carl Silkey was the only reader to admit to having eaten crow - meat, that is - along with many of his fellow Boy Scouts years ago where he grew up in the Midwest.
Beginning with a single warehouse in Dallas in 1948, Crow went on to build one of the largest and most successful commercial real estate companies in the United States.