cooing

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coo

 (ko͞o)
v. cooed, coo·ing, coos
v.intr.
1. To utter the murmuring sound of a dove or pigeon or a sound resembling it.
2. To talk fondly or amorously in murmurs: The visitors cooed over the newborn baby.
v.tr.
To express or utter with soft murmuring sounds.

[Imitative.]

coo′er n.

COO

abbr.
chief operating officer

cooing

(ˈkuːɪŋ)
n
the act of making a gentle low noise
ˈcooingly adv
Translations

cooing

[ˈkuːɪŋ] Narrullos mpl
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Harvey has a voice that may belie what you see in that pink-topped poster that my colleague has pinned to his soft-board: it's angry and gravelly; her lyrics aren't cooingly sweet and are often laced with deep, dark humour.
Smooth pate textured fragrant minced duck contrasted cooingly against the firm pasta.
It doesn't help that Jeff and Jeri are a hideous, cooingly perfect couple; it's like they're taunting him.