Definition of 'cawing'
Example sentences containing 'cawing'
Jill sheared off, turned, and rose again for another strike as the clumsy raven flew for its life, shrieking and cawing all the while.A TIME OF WAR FORESTS OF THE NIGHT
No flights of rooks rose, cawing, over the Liberty Wood, there were just the normal country sounds through the open windows.THE SCAR
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