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croak (KROHK) (noun)
A harsh, rough sounding voice or sound: By the end of the exciting game, Maria's voice was just a croak because of her excessive cheering and yelling.
croak (KROHK) (verb)
To die or to become lifeless: Andres had a heart attack that caused him to croak.
crock (KRAHK) (verb)
1. A pot or jar made of baked clay: When we went to the restaurant, we had chili served in a crock.
2. An old, ill, or unhappy person: Nadine's neighbor is an old crock who complains about everything.

The clerk at the bank who was such an offensive crock apparently croaked last week.