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crow in Babies topic

crowcrow2 verb [intransitive]  1 HBBCif a cock crows, it makes a loud high sound2 BOASTto talk about what you have done in a very proud way – used to show disapprovalcrow over/about He was crowing over winning the bet.3 DHB written if someone, especially a baby, crows, they make a noise that shows they are happy Ben rushed to his father, crowing with pleasure.→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
crowAnd I've almost cured her of crowing.Not a peep is emitted by the Arizona senator who loves to crow.Nordstrom and his supporters are still crowing about winning the lawsuit.Three percent is nothing to crow about.The crowd was crowing over Brazil's easy victory in the match.When Eisenhower fell into the trap, Khrushchev crowed over his discomfort and demanded an apology or a repudiation of presidential responsibility.In the early 1990s, east-coast magazines crowed that the Golden State's best days were behind it.The baby crowed with delight at the toy.crow over/aboutThree percent is nothing to crow about.When Eisenhower fell into the trap, Khrushchev crowed over his discomfort and demanded an apology or a repudiation of presidential responsibility.North and his supporters are still crowing about the court's decision.Presidents, governors, senators and representatives all crow about their desire to improve education.And even if you score a triumph, avoid crowing about your success.