Definition of 'croon'
Example sentences containing 'croon'
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He told us jokes and would sing popular songs in a pleasant crooning voice. Seminary Boy (2006)And he ended up providing the musical backdrop to the lovebirds' romantic dinner on the island by crooning away as they sat down to eat. The Sun (2015)This time next week, 150 singers will be on a stage crooning a song that has taken a year to write. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
Trends of 'croon'
Used Rarely. croon is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'croon'
British English: croon VERB
If you croon, you sing or hum quietly and gently.
He would much rather have been crooning in a smoky bar.
Definition of croon from the Collins English Dictionary
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