Definition of Cromb

1. to draw by a crook [v -ED, -ING, -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cromb

crohn disease: phases
crohn disease: sites
crohn disease vs ulcerative colitis
croissant
croissantlike
croissants
croisé
croisés
crojik
crojiks
crokers
crokinole
cromack
cromacks
cromakalim
cromb (current term)
crombed
crombing
crombs
crome
cromed
cromes
croming
cromlech
cromlechs
cromniomancy
cromoglicate
cromoglicic acid
cromoglycate
cromolyn

Literary usage of Cromb

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1. Acta Soc. Pro Fauna Et Flora Fennica by Societas pro Fauna et Flora Fennica (1894)
"... Nyl. in cromb. Lieh. Ghali. Exp. (1877) p. 214 et 228, ad terram in insulis Bermudas lecta, bis verbis descripta esl: „Differt a G. acuminata (Ach.) ..."

2. The Harp of Perthshire: A Collection of Songs, Ballads, and Other Poetical by Robert Ford (1893)
"JAMES cromb, Chief sub-editor of the Dundee Evening Telegraph, ... In 1877, on the commencement of the Evening Telegraph, Mr. cromb was appointed to the ..."

3. A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Commoners of Great Britain and by John Burke (1838)
"Roger, of Ripple and Hill cromb, buried at Earls cromb in 1559, ... 1st July, 15f*\ »i« an intimate friend of Sir Thomas C-oven'rv of cromb ..."

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