Definition of Cronish

1. crone [adj] - See also: crone



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cronish

cromolyns
cromorna
cromornas
cromorne
cromornes
cromulent
crone
cronehood
cronel
cronelike
cronels
crones
cronet
cronets
cronies
cronish (current term)
cronk
cronker
cronkest
cronkhite-canada syndrome
cronking
cronstedtite
crontab
crontabs
cronusite
crony
cronyism
cronyisms
cronyistic
croo monkey

Literary usage of Cronish

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1. Vistas in Sicily by Arthur Stanley Riggs (1912)
"... in the cool water up to their fetlocks, eating seaweed and wagging their cronish old heads over the salty feast, fhat must be the flavor of their milk! ..."

2. A Compendium of Molesworth's Marathi and English Dictionary by Baba Padmanji, James Thomas Molesworth (1863)
"А string of blind men. 2 fig. A long succession of the ignorant and foolish. /. A close grasp or clinging to ; a cronish hug. ..."

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