Definition of Creach

1. creagh [n -S] - See also: creagh



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Creach

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crazy as a fox
crazy bone
crazy chick disease
crazy eights
crazy golf
crazy house
crazy like a fox
crazy paving
crazy quilt
crazy quilts
crazy weed
crazyweed
crazyweeds
creable
creach (current term)
creachs
creagh
creaghs
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creak
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creakily
creakiness
creakinesses
creaking
creakingly

Literary usage of Creach

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1. A History of the Highlands and of the Highland Clans by James Browne (1849)
"Die Earl of Sutherland invades Caithness—Truce between the two Earls— Caithness breaks the truce—Affair ot'the creach-ne- ..."

2. American Negligence Reports, Current Series Cited Am. Neg. Rep.: All the by United States (1910)
"creach r. Taylor, 2 Scam. 277; Crowe v. People, 92 Ill. 231. Whether the practice of demurring to the evidence is applicable to the Municipal Court ..."

3. The Celtic Magazine by Alexander Mackenzie, Alexander Macgregor, Alexander Macbain (1880)
"With a feeling of sinking into the ruddy gulf he fell cold and senseless on the hard stone floor. (To be Continued.) ALLAN NAN creach. ..."

4. Urquhart and Glenmoriston: Olden Times in a Highland Parish by William Mackay (1893)
"Seumas nan creach.—Barbarous Decree against the Clan Chattan.— Urquhart Exempted from the Jurisdiction of Local Courts. " KNOW ye," says the King in the ..."

5. Lochaber in War & Peace: Being a Record of Historical Incidents, Legends by William T. Kilgour (1908)
"Derivation of " Lochaber "—Blar Mhor—Duel with bows and arrows on the Lochy—Corpach—Kirk of Kilmallie—Legend relating to its origin— AU, in nan creach—His ..."

6. A History of the Highlands and of the Highland Clans by James Browne (1849)
"Die Earl of Sutherland invades Caithness—Truce between the two Earls— Caithness breaks the truce—Affair ot'the creach-ne- ..."

7. American Negligence Reports, Current Series Cited Am. Neg. Rep.: All the by United States (1910)
"creach r. Taylor, 2 Scam. 277; Crowe v. People, 92 Ill. 231. Whether the practice of demurring to the evidence is applicable to the Municipal Court ..."

8. The Celtic Magazine by Alexander Mackenzie, Alexander Macgregor, Alexander Macbain (1880)
"With a feeling of sinking into the ruddy gulf he fell cold and senseless on the hard stone floor. (To be Continued.) ALLAN NAN creach. ..."

9. Urquhart and Glenmoriston: Olden Times in a Highland Parish by William Mackay (1893)
"Seumas nan creach.—Barbarous Decree against the Clan Chattan.— Urquhart Exempted from the Jurisdiction of Local Courts. " KNOW ye," says the King in the ..."

10. Lochaber in War & Peace: Being a Record of Historical Incidents, Legends by William T. Kilgour (1908)
"Derivation of " Lochaber "—Blar Mhor—Duel with bows and arrows on the Lochy—Corpach—Kirk of Kilmallie—Legend relating to its origin— AU, in nan creach—His ..."

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