crool

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Etymology[edit]

Imitative.

Verb[edit]

crool (third-person singular simple present crools, present participle crooling, simple past and past participle crooled)

  1. (archaic, intransitive) To murmur or mutter.
    • 1873, Thomas Cooper, The Paradise of Martyrs
      I [] lay down to rest / Upon a grassy hillock, o'er which bowed / A bush in which some late bird kept her nest. / And, as she crooled, I slept.

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