Oxford Collocations Dictionary adverb loudly, quietly, softly, preposition in, with, at, phrases moan and groan See full entry; 2 [intransitive] to make a sound like a person groaning synonym moan The trees creaked and groaned in the wind. groan /groʊn/ USA pronunciation n. [a low, mournful sound made in response to pain or grief. a deeper, similar sound made to express contempt, dislike, disapproval, etc.: Groans greeted the disappointing announcement. a deep grating or creaking sound due to a continued heavy weight or strain: The groan of the timbers in the wind. v. The groan of wind a hiding deadly disease The groan of wind a hiding deadly disease. Photos. The groan of wind A silent killing machine There's no place we can breathe Deep down in our lungs symptom breeds. Song Discussions is protected by U.S. Patent Other patents pending.
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