Definition of Crombs

1. cromb [v] - See also: cromb



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Crombs

croissant
croissantlike
croissants
croisé
croisés
crojik
crojiks
crokers
crokinole
cromack
cromacks
cromakalim
cromb
crombed
crombing
crombs (current term)
crome
cromed
cromes
croming
cromlech
cromlechs
cromniomancy
cromoglicate
cromoglicic acid
cromoglycate
cromolyn
cromolyn sodium
cromolyns
cromorna

Literary usage of Crombs

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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. ..."

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