Well, to go and stand under that tree with a croc stalking you.
“croc,” she whispered; and her word was followed by a light, wallowing splash.
He had followed at a distance, and they had turned off by the track leading to croc.
This over, he slowly raises his long neck and head and replies, "croc, croc."
We stilled the tumult, sat down quietly to wait, and at the end of ten minutes had the satisfaction of abating that croc.
Lethington told du croc that, when Mary called to him, and he went to her, she complained of being parted from Bothwell.
There is also a larger kind, called harquebuss a croc, used in war for the defence of places.
No wonder that she called for a knife to end her days, and told du croc that she never could be happy again.