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cooey

[koo-ee]
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noun, plural coo·eys, verb (used without object), coo·eyed, coo·ey·ing.
  1. cooee.
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Historical Examples

  • We heard a cooey when we were within a mile of the place, and guessed it was a fellow on the watch.

    A Final Reckoning

    G. A. Henty

  • He will try to cooey, and he will as soon as he has caught the little black chap.

    Dead Man's Land

    George Manville Fenn

  • In a few moments we heard a faint "cooey" in reply, and started in that direction.

    The Bushman

    Edward Wilson Landor

  • I endeavoured to make him cooey to them, or call them, but they made off, setting fire to the grass.

  • We continued to cooey frequently, and the two men were ordered to look on the ground for a horse's track.