Origin of coo1
OTHER WORDS FROM coocooer, nouncoo·ing·ly, adverb
Other definitions for coo (2 of 4)
Origin of coo2
Other definitions for coo (3 of 4)
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How to use coo in a sentence
She swooned and cooed as she put them on and jumped into the pool, the drop earrings swinging like chandeliers in a storm.Cartier Retrospective Looks Back at 100 Years of Creating Bling for the Stars|Chantel Tattoli|December 10, 2013|DAILY BEAST
When Pratt announced her new venture last fall, media watchdogs cooed in anticipation.
They had coached great players in their lifetimes and they would not have coddled or cooed at him.
"You're going to have your bottle in just a minute now," cooed Miss Haine, drying the child with a vigor which it resented.The Boy Grew Older|Heywood Broun
The clock ticked; pigeons cooed on the veranda; a door opened in the distance, and for a moment a treble voice was heard.
Round Villa Rubein the pigeons cooed uneasily, all the other birds were silent.
"I don't want you to feel you have anything against me," he cooed still more softly.The Regent|E. Arnold Bennett
White doves flitted about the building, or cooed their drowsy love-song, perched peacefully on pinnacle and shaft.Sarchedon|G. J. (George John) Whyte-Melville