Definition of Crayers

1. crayer [n] - See also: crayer



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Crayers

crawlier
crawliest
crawling
crawlingly
crawls
crawlspace
crawlspaces
crawlway
crawlways
crawly
craws
crawthumper
cray
craye
crayer
crayers (current term)
crayes
crayfish
crayfisher
crayfisheries
crayfisherman
crayfishermen
crayfishers
crayfishery
crayfishes
crayon
crayoned
crayoner
crayoners
crayoning

Literary usage of Crayers

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1. Sussex Archaeological Collections Relating to the History and Antiquities of by Sussex Archaeological Society (1862)
"... and greatly replenished with good Mariners and other men meete and serviceable for our Navy, well stored with shippes, barkes, crayers, and boates, ..."

2. England's Topographer: Or A New and Complete History of the County of Kent by William Henry Ireland (1829)
"... persons belonging to these crayers, and other boats, for the most part occupied in fishing, 160." HYTHE is situated near the sea-shore, at the distance ..."

3. An Introduction to English Medieval Literature by Charles Sears Baldwin (1914)
"Cogs and crayers (large and small transports) cross their masts, At the command of the King uncovered at once. Nimbly on the gunwale they weigh up their ..."

4. Sussex Archaeological Collections Relating to the History and Antiquities of by Sussex Archaeological Society (1862)
"... and greatly replenished with good Mariners and other men meete and serviceable for our Navy, well stored with shippes, barkes, crayers, and boates, ..."

5. England's Topographer: Or A New and Complete History of the County of Kent by William Henry Ireland (1829)
"... persons belonging to these crayers, and other boats, for the most part occupied in fishing, 160." HYTHE is situated near the sea-shore, at the distance ..."

6. An Introduction to English Medieval Literature by Charles Sears Baldwin (1914)
"Cogs and crayers (large and small transports) cross their masts, At the command of the King uncovered at once. Nimbly on the gunwale they weigh up their ..."

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