croupy croupy


  • (adj) resembling or arising from or indicating croup


  1. Operagoers that bleak February night cheered themselves croupy while tears ran down many a wrinkled old cheek.
  2. Her ability to cope with each new child and all of Flap's croupy vagaries suggests that somehow even a so-so family life actually makes happy her destiny.
  3. Instead he makes all but the cleverest of his tall opponents look like croupy giraffes.


  • Local Music Review: The Reigns Band

    There’s a craggily handsome quality to Reigns Band frontman Evan Melgaard’s voice—a smoky, weathered tenor, with hints of honey audibly seeping into the cracks of each croupy rasp.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Metro Pulse


  • "We went to Hungary for the Christmas holidays and our second child had a non-stop croupy cough. We took her twice to a salt cave near Budapest and her cough disappeared completely," explains Sarkozy.
    on Dec 14, 2009 By: Nicolas Sarkozy Source: Irish Times

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