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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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.
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.
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.