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1A person or animal that croaks.
- ‘It needs to be yellower, is what these pusillanimous croakers really mean.’
- ‘Hopefully the croaker has tuned his tonsils since the Jubilee and will be in better voice for the Scottish faithful.’
- 1.1another term for drum
- ‘It belongs to the family Sciaenidae and is thus a close relation of the croakers and drums.’
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