After an hour's riding the moon rose, and at length our cooey was answered.
He will try to cooey, and he will as soon as he has caught the little black chap.
After going on some way, I again heard the shout followed by a cooey which I was sure, however, was not uttered by him.
In a few moments we heard a faint "cooey" in reply, and started in that direction.
I shouted as loud as I could bawl, and then gave a cooey, which would reach further than any other sound.
Bruce, on hearing the second cooey, pricked up his ears and bounded forward.
We continued to cooey frequently, and the two men were ordered to look on the ground for a horse's track.
Like the natives of New South Wales, they called to each other, from a great distance, by the cooey; a word meaning "come to me."
cooey, the Australian bush-call, now not unfrequently heard in the streets of London.
We gave a cooey to let those at the station know of our approach, and in another moment old Bob came hurrying out to meet us.