Definition of Crombs
1. cromb [v] - See also: cromb
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Crombs
Literary usage of Crombs
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. General View of the Agriculture of the County of Huntingdon by Richard Parkinson (1811)
"... containing some hard crombs, (which easily dissolve in water) and silt; at four leet, a sheer dry silt, without any mixture of unctuous matter, ..."
2. The Haydock Papers: A Glimpse Into English Catholic Life Under the Shade of by Joseph Gillow (1888)
"The question was often put to us by persons in authority, ' Is crombs' (for so they called him) ' still with you ?' and on our replying no, that he was in ..."
3. General View of the Agriculture of the County of Hants: With Observations on by Abraham Driver, William Driver, Richard Warner, Arthur Young, John Sinclair (1794)
"... an hazel coloured loam or fea clay, with a mixture of fine file ana rege ter; at two feet, a dry tender loam, containing fome hard crombs, ..."
4. The Cook's Dictionary and House-keeper's Directory: A New Family Manual of by Richard Dolby (1830)
"ry piece into beaten e^g. then into • '*••& crombs ; fry them, and serve with ir "1 parsley. ..."