verb (used without object), cooed, coo·ing.
verb (used with object), cooed, coo·ing.
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Origin of coo1
OTHER WORDS FROM coocooer, nouncoo·ing·ly, adverb
Definition for coo (2 of 4)
interjection British Slang.
Origin of coo2
Definition for coo (3 of 4)
Definition for coo (4 of 4)
Example sentences from the Web for coo
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
They had coached great players in their lifetimes and they would not have coddled or cooed at him.
"The matter's in our hands entirely, of course," cooed Sybil, rocking to and fro on a cane sedia.The Jolliest School of All|Angela Brazil
"So I have heard," cooed Miss Gray, unimpressed by my statements.The House of the Misty Star|Fannie Caldwell Macaulay
He was being led by either hand, and cooed to softly in the sort of way that members of the Dorcas Guild would treat a bishop.Caves of Terror|Talbot Mundy
Below them, in their holes in the sandstone, pigeons preened themselves and cooed softly.Sons and Lovers|David Herbert Lawrence
"I don't—not right here," she cooed, nestling comfortably against her lover's arm.Miss Billy's Decision|Eleanor H. Porter