Loretta gave a cluck of impatience
When I read, ‘academic freedom,’ I hear a very loud cluck .
If they ask if my eggs are fresh, I'll waddle around and cluck like a chicken and say, ‘Hey, they don't get any fresher than this.’
Chickens and hens cluck nearby and the cicadas start up their relentless refrain.
I have perfected the art of the interested cluck during these kinds of conversations.
Of course, conservatives will cluck cluck sadly and say that we're overreacting.
Whether she intended to eventually marry the silly cluck or not, that wouldn't matter, because I just wouldn't like it.
As chickens cluck at our feet, he continues in his warm, soft voice: ‘They will never succeed in making me hate them.’
Gil, with a cluck of his tongue and a loud smack of his lips, seemed satisfied with this.
He made a noise which, had he been female, would have been instantly recognized as a sympathetic cluck .