v. berkokok, keluruk, berteriak karena gembira
“Yes, that is the case,” said the crow; “but it pains me to speak in your language; do not you know that of the crows?”
“Yes, they made a diabolical sound,” continued the crow.
“Well, I have tried to recite the fable Master Crow, but it all came out different!” Alice replied in a very melancholy voice.
“My fiancé has spoken so very highly of you, my little lady,” said the crow.
“Do not refer to that,” said the forest crow.
“And the crows?” asked Gerda.
Above them flew crows, with their discordant cries. However, much further away shone the moon, in its splendid clarity.
Gerda hardly understood the expression ‘all alone’, but she knew it well by experience, and understood the crow's question.
On entering, a mass of crows took flight, and they flew away with long mingled caws.
Then she recounted her entire story, and did not omit to make note of how the crows had been so helpful to her.