Crow and Sing


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Crow verb – To feel or express joy or triumph.
Sing and crow are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Sing" instead a verb "Crow".
Nearby Words: crowing, crowed
Synonyms for Crow


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Sing verb – To produce musical sounds with the voice.
Crow and sing are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Crow" instead a verb "Sing".
Nearby Words: singing, singer, singe, singed, singable
Synonyms for Sing

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  • Logo Joke In Of Thee I Sing, the election night newsreel ends with the MGM lion opening its mouth, not to roar, but to crow like the Pathé rooster.
    Source: Logo Joke
  • Crow: A flight of Jaguars sing thee to thy rest.
  • Literature / Aesop's Fables Subverted in "The Crow, the Fox, and the Cheese." The crow has a nice piece of cheese that the fox wants, so the fox resorts to flattery and coaxing to get her to "sing" which drops the cheese right in front of him.
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