All of them believed that he was either drowning or attacked by a crocodile.
"We might find some eggs in the crocodile," said Achang, as the body floated past the boat.
They emblazoned the crocodile on their monuments, but never a fish.
The crocodile lifted his head out of the water, and did not move again.
The Crocodile had never spoken to him before, and he felt rather surprised.
The only dangerous animals are the crocodile, serpents, and other reptiles.
Several reliable witnesses informed her that they had been seen (and envied) departing with the crocodile for Harlingden.
The crocodile had “choused” him out of his favourite supper.
Some crocodile or hippopotamus crawling through the rushes might craunch the babe.
Tonight, a crocodile shall be killed and eaten in his honor.
crocodile 1560s, restored spelling of M.E. cocodrille (c.1300), from M.L. cocodrillus, from L. crocodilus, from Gk. krokodilos, word applied by Herodotus to the crocodile of the Nile, apparently due to its basking habits, from kroke "pebbles" + drilos "worm." The crocodile tears story was in English from at least c.1400.