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croupy


  • a  resembling or arising from or indicating croup

  • Operagoers that bleak February night cheered themselves croupy while tears ran down many a wrinkled old cheek.
  • 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.
  • Instead he makes all but the cleverest of his tall opponents look like croupy giraffes.
News & Articles

  • 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.
    June 12, 2013 - Metro Pulse
Quotes

  • Nicolas Sarkozy in Irish Times
    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.

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