croaky croaky


  • (adj) like the sounds of frogs and crows


  1. She's never been much of a vocalist--she has a croaky, flat voice--but the strength of her music came from what she was singing, not how she was singing it.
  2. These rock jams about aging hipsters from a band of aging hipsters are cut-rate Springsteen, right down to Craig Finn's croaky vocals and keyboard-riff rapture.
  3. Up down his thin column paced Robertson, exhorting his men in a voice croaky with fatigue.


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