Definition of Creeshing

1. creesh [v] - See also: creesh



Lexicographical Neighbors of Creeshing

creepmeters
creepos
creeps
creepy
creepy-crawlies
creepy-crawly
creepy-peepy
crees
creese
creesed
creeses
creesh
creeshed
creeshes
creeshier
creeshing (current term)
creeshy
creesing
creetur
creeturs
crem
crema
cremains
cremasteric
cremasters
cremate

Literary usage of Creeshing

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Diary of a Désennuyée by [Gore (Catherine Grace Frances]) (1836)
"... of Wrangham Hall—a highly respectable family," interposed Lady Bunting- ford. " May be or not," cried the count. " Mr. creeshing ..."

2. The Steam-boat by John Galt (1823)
"... that both Dr. Pringle and me thought that surely the owners had some contrivance of a patent nature for creeshing the soles of her feet. ..."

3. The Diary of a Désennuyée by [Gore (Catherine Grace Frances]) (1836)
"... of Wrangham Hall—a highly respectable family," interposed Lady Bunting- ford. " May be or not," cried the count. " Mr. creeshing ..."

4. The Steam-boat by John Galt (1823)
"... that both Dr. Pringle and me thought that surely the owners had some contrivance of a patent nature for creeshing the soles of her feet. ..."

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