Definition of Crestons

1. creston [n] - See also: creston



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Crestons

crested swift
crested tit
crestfallen
crestfallenly
crestfallenness
crestie
cresties
cresting
crestings
crestless
crestless wave
creston
crestons (current term)
crests
crests of nail bed
cresyl
cresyl blue
cresyl echt
cresyl violet acetate
cresylate
cresylic
cresylic acid
cresyls
creta
cretaceously
cretan dittany
crete dittany

Literary usage of Crestons

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

1. Le Chevalier au cygne et Godefroid de Bouillon: poëme historique by Godfrey (1848)
"... crestons, qui fu de biel jouvent; 5945 Ly contes de Saint-Pol et son fil ... crestons, nommé par Guill. de Tyr, li». VI, ch. ..."

2. The United States Vs. Andres Castillero by José María de Bassoco, Andrés Castillero, United States District Court (California : Northern District), United States (1860)
"... these start from near the apex (cuspide) of the hill, and passing towards the lower part of the same, a species of round borders (bordos) or crestons, ..."

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