Definition of "cooing" [cooing]

  • Present participle of coo. (verb)
  • A sound that coos. (noun)

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Use "cooing" in a sentence
  • "It is time to turn off our blackberry and excuse ourselves from our hectic schedules for one morning each Spring as we listen to nature wake up bird by bird — first the morning birds, then the owls cooing from the trees, followed by the crashing down of the turkeys as they leave their nest to come find us calling them from our blind."
  • ""Ladies in Blue," a tribute to the pill-popping entourage that surrounded the "Iron Butterfly," as she was known, recalls the cooing stomp of ABBA; Kate Pierson of the B-52s belts "The Whole Man" as if it's one of her own hits."
  • "It's happy "cooing," not yelling, but if he does it just so, it sounds like a monkey's gotten loose in the Lourdes grotto..."