verb (used without object)
verb (used with object)
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Origin of croon
OTHER WORDS FROM crooncroon·er, nouncroon·ing·ly, adverb
Example sentences from the Web for croon
“All over the world there are children with hopes still burning, in the dreams of tomorrow,” she crooned.
Vivien crooned about his attentions to her in August 1915: “He is all over me, is Bertie, and I simply love him.”
The madman laughed and crooned, then lifted that Toledo dagger and lunged downward with a sinewy arm.1492|Mary Johnston
"Darlin', let me wipe the blood from your face," crooned Nora.Grace Harlowe's Overland Riders in the Great North Woods|Jessie Graham Flower
At that Grandma Holly crooned some single indistinguishable syllable in her throat, and then off came the cloak.Friendship Village|Zona Gale
Then I realised that it was a man's voice that crooned so close behind my ear.Miss Million's Maid|Bertha Ruck
The boy hugged it in his arms, as he might a baby, and crooned over it.Once Upon A Time|Richard Harding Davis