Definition of Creepers

1. Noun. (plural of creeper) ¹



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Definition of Creepers

1. creeper [n] - See also: creeper

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Creepers

creeler
creeling
creels
creep feed
creep in
creep into
creep joint
creep recovery
creep someone out
creep up
creepage
creepages
creeped
creeper
creepers (current term)
creepeth
creephole
creepholes
creepie
creepier
creepies
creepiest
creepified
creepifies
creepify
creepifying
creepily
creepiness
creepinesses

Literary usage of Creepers

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1. North American Birds Eggs by Chester Albert Reed (1904)
"These peculiar, weak-voiced creepers are common in northern I'nited States ... These birds are creepers, but unlike the last species, these run about on the ..."

2. Concealing-coloration in the Animal Kingdom: An Exposition of the Laws of by Gerald Handerson Thayer, Abbott Handerson Thayer (1909)
"Most of these birds—notably both families of creepers—spend almost all their time in a nearly vertical position, clinging to the bark of tree trunks with ..."

3. Manual by American Railway Engineering Association, National Futures Association (U.S.) (1916)
"Anti-creepers shall be so designed as to fit two or more different weights of ... Anti-creepers made of steel shall be of sufficient size to minimize their ..."

4. Publications by Oriental Translation Fund, Edward Byles Cowell, Frederick William Thomas (1907)
"... were encompassed round about by many creepers ... -creepers were always in blossom . . . comely.7 iA fuller description is inserted in some texts. ..."

5. Railway Maintenance Engineering by William Hamilton Sellew (1915)
"100 shows different types of anti-creepers and Fig. 101 is a view of the tracks of the Pennsylvania at its New York terminal, where anti-creepers are ..."

6. Elements of Ornithology: Prepared for the Use of Schools and Colleges by William Samuel Waithman Ruschenberger, Henri Milne-Edwards, Achille Comté (1845)
"The principal genera of this family are the Nuthatches, creepers, Humming-birds, ... J-creepers. {Very long, ) bifid, and very > HUMMING-BIRDS. extensible. ..."

7. The Living Age by Making of America Project, Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell (1858)
"Then parasite creepers and climbers rise up in columns, shoot over arch after arch, and again descend in every variety of Gothic fantasy—now form a high, ..."

8. Handbook of Birds of Eastern North America: With Keys to the Species and by Frank Michler Chapman (1895)
"E. creepers. This is an Old-World family, numbering about twelve species, of which only one is found in America. Our bird and its several races belong to ..."

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