Definition of Crambe

1. Noun. Annual or perennial herbs with large leaves that resemble the leaves of cabbages.




Definition of Crambe

1. an annual herb [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Crambe

Cracker Jacks
Cracovian
Cracovians
Cracow
Cracticidae
Cracticus
Cradle Catholic
Crafoord clamp
Craig
Craig Ventner
Craigia
Craigie
Craigo
Craigslister
Crake
Crambe (current term)
Crambe maritima
Cramer wire splint
Cramlington
Crampton's line
Crampton's muscle
Crampton test
Crangon
Crangonidae
Craniata
Cranmerian
Craspedia

Literary usage of Crambe

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1. Gentleman's Magazine Library edited by George Laurence Gomme, Frank Alexander Milne, Lady A C Bickley, Mrs Alice Bertha Merck Gomme (1902)
"DH Kirkham Abbey, Castle Howard, and Crambe. [1815, Part I., pp. 201, 202.] The scattered ruins of Kirkham Abbey are situated in a beautiful valley through ..."

2. Select Extra-tropical Plants Readily Eligible for Industrial Culture Or by Ferdinand von Mueller (1880)
"... Crambe Tataria, Wulfen. From Southern Europe to the Orient. Perennial. Likewise used for culinary purposes. According to Simmonds the large fleshy roots ..."

3. The River of Golden Sand: Being the Narrative of a Journey Through China and by William [John] Gill, Edward Colborne Barber, Henry Yule (1883)
"... eyes—The British Legation—Visit to the Temple of Heaven—A Chinese Fair— Crambe Repetita—Chinese Dinners—Visit to the Summer Palace— Needless Havoc—Great ..."

4. The Ancient Stone Implements, Weapons and Ornaments of Great Britain by John Evans (1897)
"It was found at Crambe, in the North Riding of Yorkshire, and is formed of an oolitic shelly limestone, a material also used for the manufacture of celts in ..."

5. The Repertory of Patent Inventions: And Other Discoveries and Improvements (1807)
"On the Cultivation (/ the Crambe Maritime o^Linne, or Sea Kale. ... from whose pamphlet upon the Crambe Maritima, or Sea Kale, I first learnt how to grow ..."

6. Gentleman's Magazine Library edited by George Laurence Gomme, Frank Alexander Milne, Lady A C Bickley, Mrs Alice Bertha Merck Gomme (1902)
"DH Kirkham Abbey, Castle Howard, and Crambe. [1815, Part I., pp. 201, 202.] The scattered ruins of Kirkham Abbey are situated in a beautiful valley through ..."

7. Select Extra-tropical Plants Readily Eligible for Industrial Culture Or by Ferdinand von Mueller (1880)
"... Crambe Tataria, Wulfen. From Southern Europe to the Orient. Perennial. Likewise used for culinary purposes. According to Simmonds the large fleshy roots ..."

8. The River of Golden Sand: Being the Narrative of a Journey Through China and by William [John] Gill, Edward Colborne Barber, Henry Yule (1883)
"... eyes—The British Legation—Visit to the Temple of Heaven—A Chinese Fair— Crambe Repetita—Chinese Dinners—Visit to the Summer Palace— Needless Havoc—Great ..."

9. The Ancient Stone Implements, Weapons and Ornaments of Great Britain by John Evans (1897)
"It was found at Crambe, in the North Riding of Yorkshire, and is formed of an oolitic shelly limestone, a material also used for the manufacture of celts in ..."

10. The Repertory of Patent Inventions: And Other Discoveries and Improvements (1807)
"On the Cultivation (/ the Crambe Maritime o^Linne, or Sea Kale. ... from whose pamphlet upon the Crambe Maritima, or Sea Kale, I first learnt how to grow ..."

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