The Collaborative International Dictionary
Coo \Coo\, v. i. [imp. & p. p. Cooed; p. pr. & vb. n. Cooing.]
To make a low repeated cry or sound, like the characteristic note of pigeons or doves.
The stockdove only through the forest cooes, Mournfully hoarse.
To show affection; to act in a loving way. See under Bill, v. i. ``Billing or cooing.''
vb. (en-past of: coo)
Usage examples of "cooed".
Lifting a thin arm, she cooed, "Come and lay your head on my shoulder, country mouse.
Knucklebones cooed, "we could build a bigger travois and you could ride.
She spluttered awake, grabbed for her knife, but the rough hand pinned hers, and a guttural voice cooed, "Rest.
The girls cooed and petted and sucked his manhood until, suddenly, he spurted a white stream over them.
They cooed and cast disapproving glances at the smaller group, which consisted almost entirely of soldiers.
It’s okay,” I cooed, getting up from my knees and pulling Billy to his feet.
She suspected he'd been cooed over and held by too many strangers, stroked by too many hands.
Dominic's deep voice cooed and whispered sweet words to comfort the fussy baby.
Surrender your flesh," the voice cooed, and I will release the hounds for you.
Messalina cooed, as she implanted a lingering kiss on one of the two bucolic figures just entering the atrium-vineyard.
Nero cooed as he embraced her in their first legitimate night together.
I guess I'm just jealous of everything that takes you away from me," she cooed, the honeyed words pouring over his bruised ego and taking the sting out of Alan's taunts.