croak


croak

verb

Definition of CROAK

1
to express dissatisfaction, pain, or resentment usually tiresomely <the cranky patient was always croaking to the nurses about something>
Antonyms crow, delight, rejoice
2
slang  to stop living <I wouldn't go around saying your great-grandmother croaked>
Antonyms breathe, live
3
slang  to deprive of life <I croaked the old bugger, he bragged>
Antonyms animate
4
slang  to put to death deliberately <hooligans had croaked the street corner wino just for the hell of it>

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