That's true, a bundle of feathers, not even particularly pretty but when she sat in the dog's basket in the kitchen and clucked
as if in conversation, or tapped on the patio door to say "I'm back", it was easy to forget she was only a hen.
disapprovingly: "You see these players go around with little jackets when it's minus seven outside and they don't dry their hair when they come out of the locker-room.
GAO finds no gains in privately run public schools," clucked
a report by the National Education Association, the national teachers' union.
A few who made it as far as the end credits registered their disapproval with boos; still others tittered with disdain and clucked
things like "My eighth-grade nephew could have made a better movie
He let Tucker off with a conditional discharge and clucked
that the lout should try and make up with his girlfriend by buying her some choccies and flowers.
, they hemmed and hawed, and "moved on" to put the "problem" proverbially behind them.
He called again for his mother and she clucked
her tongue to soothe him.
They all clucked
their tongues about Bradley's sad condition and collectively ignored it.