Croon (verb)

  1. Sing in a soft, soothing voice, especially to a baby or a slow melody.
  2. Sing popular songs in a soft, sentimental manner.


Early 20th century: imitative.


  1. She crooned a lullaby to the baby.
  2. He crooned a love song to his girlfriend.
  3. The singer crooned the ballad with great emotion.
  4. The band leader crooned a swing tune.
  5. She crooned the melody with a gentle voice.
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