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Synonyms for crow

squawk

gloat

Synonyms

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

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a small quadrilateral constellation in the southern hemisphere near Virgo

Synonyms

a Siouan language spoken by the Crow

express pleasure verbally

utter shrill sounds

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At the University of Chicago, a captive crow dipped a plastic cup in water, carried it in its bill for 15 feet, and then poured the water into a container of dry mash.
Diseases can pop up from droppings and feathers that naturally accumulate around crow roosts, for example.
Crow also denied knowing who injured the victim when he was questioned.
Numbers of ravens, which are protected, have risen in recent decades, whereas crow populations tend to follow the availability of insect food sources.
MW Crow does business under the name W Pat Crow Forgings via affiliate Crow Precision Components LLC.
The researchers found that the birds would crow roughly 24 hours (actually 23.
Some pest control firms say they have been receiving up to four crow control enquiries a month since the beginning of the year.
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.
Twain's crow is the villain of the cornfield, the horror of Hollywood movies, the coyote of the bird world, a lowly scavenger, and a nuisance.
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.
The average life span of the crow is about eight years, although it has been known to live for up to four times longer in captivity.
Trammell Crow, the Dallas-based commercial real estate developer and the founder of the Trammell Crow Company died January 14 at the family farm in East Texas.
In the contiguous United States, the American crow (Corvus brachyrhynchos) is easily the most common.