Definition of Crazes

1. Verb. (third-person singular of craze) ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Crazes

1. craze [v] - See also: craze

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Crazes

crayoned
crayoner
crayoners
crayoning
crayonist
crayonists
crayonlike
crayons
crays
craythur
craytur
crazed
crazedly
crazedness
crazes (current term)
crazier
crazies
craziest
crazily
craziness
crazinesses
crazing
crazy
crazy-paving
crazy as a fox
crazy bone
crazy chick disease
crazy eights

Literary usage of Crazes

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

1. Wisconsin Journal of Education by Wisconsin Education Association Council, Wisconsin Education Association, Wisconsin Dept. of Public Instruction (1889)
"But the very question at issue between him and others is whether these movements are useful or not, and calling them "senseless crazes " does not help in ..."

2. Klondike: The Chicago Record's Book for Gold Seekers (1897)
"SOME HISTORICAL GOLD crazes. OLD HAS been called the "pioneer" of ... Then came the "crazes" of the Frazer river in 1858; of Northern Arizona in 1874; ..."

3. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1902)
"crazes, CREDULITIES, AND CHRISTIAN SCIENCE. By CHARLES M. OUGHTON, MD Chicago: EH Colegrove, 1901. Is writing his little book on the various kinds of ..."

4. The History of "Punch" by Marion Harry Spielmann (1895)
"... Indebtedness to Leech for Lord Dundreary—crazes and Fancies—Leech's Types—"Mr. Briggs "—Leech the Hunter—Leech as a Reformer—Leech as an Artist—His ..."

5. Educational Sociology by William Estabrook Chancellor (1919)
"CHAPTER XII REVIVALS, PANICS, crazes "Every few years Commerce has its earthquakes, and the tall and toppling warehouses that haste ran up are first to be ..."

6. War's Brighter Side: The Story of "The Friend" Newspaper Edited by the by Julian Ralph (1901)
"... CHAPTER XXI LOOT AND LURID crazes A chapter in which we also tell of a modest Prince and a gallant Adventurer " THE FRIEND " contained notices of Kruger ..."

7. Beyond the Rhine: Memories of Art and Life in Germany Before the War by Marc Henry (1918)
"... the mirror of the Parvenu Genoa versus Berlin— Fashionable crazes : " Reform " clothing, physical culture, Mensendieck—" The Dangerous Age "—The coming ..."

8. Wisconsin Journal of Education by Wisconsin Education Association Council, Wisconsin Education Association, Wisconsin Dept. of Public Instruction (1889)
"But the very question at issue between him and others is whether these movements are useful or not, and calling them "senseless crazes " does not help in ..."

9. Klondike: The Chicago Record's Book for Gold Seekers (1897)
"SOME HISTORICAL GOLD crazes. OLD HAS been called the "pioneer" of ... Then came the "crazes" of the Frazer river in 1858; of Northern Arizona in 1874; ..."

10. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1902)
"crazes, CREDULITIES, AND CHRISTIAN SCIENCE. By CHARLES M. OUGHTON, MD Chicago: EH Colegrove, 1901. Is writing his little book on the various kinds of ..."

11. The History of "Punch" by Marion Harry Spielmann (1895)
"... Indebtedness to Leech for Lord Dundreary—crazes and Fancies—Leech's Types—"Mr. Briggs "—Leech the Hunter—Leech as a Reformer—Leech as an Artist—His ..."

12. Educational Sociology by William Estabrook Chancellor (1919)
"CHAPTER XII REVIVALS, PANICS, crazes "Every few years Commerce has its earthquakes, and the tall and toppling warehouses that haste ran up are first to be ..."

13. War's Brighter Side: The Story of "The Friend" Newspaper Edited by the by Julian Ralph (1901)
"... CHAPTER XXI LOOT AND LURID crazes A chapter in which we also tell of a modest Prince and a gallant Adventurer " THE FRIEND " contained notices of Kruger ..."

14. Beyond the Rhine: Memories of Art and Life in Germany Before the War by Marc Henry (1918)
"... the mirror of the Parvenu Genoa versus Berlin— Fashionable crazes : " Reform " clothing, physical culture, Mensendieck—" The Dangerous Age "—The coming ..."

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