Definition of Croupily
1. croupy [adv] - See also: croupy
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Literary usage of Croupily
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Edinburgh Medical Journal (1902)
"After going to bed she felt fairly comfortable, coughing a little croupily at times, but otherwise quite well. As night came on she began to have attacks of ..."
2. Essays on the Diseases of Children: With Cases and Dissections by John Cheyne (1801)
"... who appeared in perfect health, and I was about to pronounce him fo, when I heard him cough very croupily. Being aware of the infi- dious way in which ..."
3. The Romance of Gilbert Holmes: An Historical Novel by Marshall Monroe Kirkman (1900)
"... the hoarse whistle sounding croupily across the water, the great boat coming buoyantly on, its busy decks, the passengers standing by, the gurgling ..."
4. The Pathology of the Membrane of the Larynx and Bronchia by John Cheyne (1809)
"Next night, she had a slight return of the complaint; she again coughed croupily. For two days she had a quick pulse, with a clean moist tongue. ..."