Definition of Creaghs

1. creagh [n] - See also: creagh



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creaghs (current term)
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Literary usage of Creaghs

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1. History of the Irish brigades in the service of France, from the revolution by John Cornelius O'Callaghan (1870)
"Another branch of the creaghs, established, about the reign of Edward III., in Cork, ... There were creaghs officers of the Irish in the territory of their ..."

2. Fraser's Magazine (1882)
"... she is always craving after excitement and gaiety, while as to myself—but you heard about the creaghs of course ? all the world is talking ofthat. ..."

3. Fraser's Magazine by Thomas Carlyle (1872)
"I admit the creaghs are not nice people in themselves, certainly not—no ornaments, ... The elderly creaghs, the parents, might have been left at home ..."

4. Journal by Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland (1895)
"When the creaghs' monument was commenced, the architect probably found the older tomb too hopelessly ruined for re-erection, and while reinserting and ..."

5. Historical and Topographical Notes, Etc. on Buttevant: Castletownroche by James Grove White (1905)
"... "The ghost of a woman appears here, supposed to be one of the creaghs, who, when her lover had been killed by her father, came by an untimely death. ..."

6. History of the Irish brigades in the service of France, from the revolution by John Cornelius O'Callaghan (1870)
"Another branch of the creaghs, established, about the reign of Edward III., in Cork, ... There were creaghs officers of the Irish in the territory of their ..."

7. Fraser's Magazine (1882)
"... she is always craving after excitement and gaiety, while as to myself—but you heard about the creaghs of course ? all the world is talking ofthat. ..."

8. Fraser's Magazine by Thomas Carlyle (1872)
"I admit the creaghs are not nice people in themselves, certainly not—no ornaments, ... The elderly creaghs, the parents, might have been left at home ..."

9. Journal by Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland (1895)
"When the creaghs' monument was commenced, the architect probably found the older tomb too hopelessly ruined for re-erection, and while reinserting and ..."

10. Historical and Topographical Notes, Etc. on Buttevant: Castletownroche by James Grove White (1905)
"... "The ghost of a woman appears here, supposed to be one of the creaghs, who, when her lover had been killed by her father, came by an untimely death. ..."

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