Definition of Crumenal

1. n. A purse.



Definition of Crumenal

1. a purse [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Crumenal

crumbliest
crumblike
crumbliness
crumblinesses
crumbling
crumblingly
crumblings
crumbly
crumbs
crumbum
crumbums
crumby
crumcake
crumcakes
crumen
crumenal (current term)
crumenals
crumens
crumhorn
crumhorns
crummack
crummacks
crummie
crummier
crummies
crummiest
crummily
crumminess
crumminesses
crummock

Literary usage of Crumenal

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1. The Journal of English and Germanic Philology by Ill.) University of Illinois (Urbana (1919)
"*Overture (VII) is from the French; NED suggests that *stank (IX) is from the Italian, and that *crumenal (IX), *tinct (XI) and *dismount (V) are from ..."

2. A Subject Index to the Poems of Edmund Spenser by Charles Huntington Whitman (1919)
"crumenal, purse: SCS 119. Crupper: part of horse's harness, 3.1.6.7; 3.4.15.9; 4.4.40.7. See Horse-trappings. Crystal: glass (mirror) of, Am. 45.1; pillars, ..."

3. A Collection of Poems in Six Volumes by Robert Dodsley (1770)
"... And much me hobbled as fhe trod the ground ; Yet many angels in.her crumenal, If fair report ..."

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