noun, plural coo·eys, verb (used without object), coo·eyed, coo·ey·ing.
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Historical Examples of cooey
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.