Synonyms of croak in English:

croak


See definition of croak

verb

1‘‘You must excuse me,’ croaked the old woman’

SYNONYMS

rasp, squawk, caw, crow, wheeze, gasp, choke, hack, hawk, bark, cough

speak hoarsely, speak huskily, speak throatily, speak harshly, speak thickly

2‘the dog finally croaked in 1987’

SYNONYMS

die, pass away, pass on, lose one's life, depart this life, expire, breathe one's last, draw one's last breath, meet one's end, meet one's death, lay down one's life, be no more, perish, be lost, go the way of the flesh, go the way of all flesh, go to glory, go to one's last resting place, go to meet one's maker, cross the great divide, cross the Styx

give up the ghost, kick the bucket, bite the dust, flatline, conk out, buy it, turn up one's toes, cash in one's chips, go belly up, shuffle off this mortal coil, go the way of the dinosaurs

push up the daisies, be six feet under

British snuff it, peg out, pop one's clogs, hop the stick, hop the twig

North American bite the big one, buy the farm, check out, hand in one's dinner pail

NZ Australian go bung

literary exit

archaic decease

ANTONYMS

live, survive


noun

1‘her voice emerged as a dry croak’

SYNONYMS

rasp, wheeze, gasp, bark, hack, cough

caw, squawk, cackle, clack, cluck