For us the croaking of the midnight owl hath ceased, and the time of the singing of birds has come.
"Around The Tea-Table" by T. De Witt Talmage
I know that only male frogs croak.
"Lippincott's Magazine of Popular Literature and Science, Vol. XII, No. 28. July, 1873." by Various
Some muscle must have twitched, for he understood and leaped into the air with a croak of mortal fright.
"Roof and Meadow" by Dallas Lore Sharp
There was an icy silence, but Acton croaked remorselessly on.
"Acton's Feud" by Frederick Swainson
Come along, and don't listen to anybody's croaking.
"Varney the Vampire" by Thomas Preskett Prest
I do not like this croaking of these old owls of Saint Paul's when all is done.
"The Journal of Sir Walter Scott" by Walter Scott
The nightingale was overcome with emotion at the generosity of the frog, and insisted on adding the crow and the toad as experts in croaking.
"Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 152, April 4, 1917" by Various
Some ravens have always indeed croaked out this kind of song.
"The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Vol. I. (of 12)" by Edmund Burke
He tried to call, to shout, but in vain; he could only croak, and this in the most dismal manner.
"Prince Lazybones and Other Stories" by Mrs. W. J. Hays
Just as he was about to depart he thought he heard a rustling near him, and presently the croaking voice of the hag close at his ear.
"Traditions of Lancashire, Volume 1 (of 2)" by John Roby
"And I never larf, and I never smile,
And I never lark nor play,
But sit and croak, and a single joke
I have - which is to say:
"The Yarn of the Nancy Bell" by William Schwenck Gilbert
He gave the sign, and noisome flies
Through the whole country spread;
And frogs in croaking armies rise
About the monarch's bed.
"PSALM 105 Abridged" by Isaac Watts
The raven croaks as Torksey's lord
Attends that bannered host;
But the lover is deaf to the omen-bird—
The fatal moat is crossed!
"The Daughter Of Plantagenet - Fytte The Thyrde" by Thomas Cooper
"'Tis a dead spot, where even the light lies spent
To darkness!" croaked the Thing.
"Not if you look aloft!" said I, intent
On my new reasoning.
"A Meeting With Despair" by Thomas Hardy
A thaw dissolved the ice so strong,—
They proudly steer'd themselves along,
When landed, squatted on the shore,
And croak'd as loudly as before.
"The Frogs" by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
The Raven croak'd as she sate at her meal,
And the Old Woman knew what he said,
And she grew pale at the Raven's tale,
And sicken'd and went to her bed.
"A Ballad, Shewing How An Old Woman Rode Double, And Who Rode Before Her" by Robert Southey
Hop, skip and croak : Toads for a cause.
Frog species found in New York City has a croak of its own.
The green frog has been known to deceive eavesdroppers with its croak.
If you happen across a pond full of croaking green frogs, listen carefully.
An echoing croak in a pipe revealed a little frog in this week' s Photo of the Week.
A New Species in New York Was Croaking in Plain Sight.
The croak gave it away.
"I'm dying," I croaked through dry, cracked lips that felt so withered to the touch that they belonged on the face of a 3,000-year-old mummy hanging out in the desert.
The small frogs that croaked in Diane Butler's backyard pond had been silenced and her goldfish were disappearing.
But when Shrek's father-in-law, King Harold, suddenly croaks, that is exactly what he faces.
"He's been getting down with the new disease," croaks Doxies singer Tim Lloyd on "Kid Don't Know," a track off the band's just-released Weight of Gold LP.
Robert Croak, CEO of BCP Imports, which makes Silly Bandz, says he has no intention of selling the company: "This is way too much fun.".
"I can't have a serious relationship with someone who doesn't read," I croaked.
O-M-G, he'd be lucky if I hadn't had a heart attack & croaked.
As my brain locked, I croaked out this sentence to the old woman at the counter.