Definition of Creeses

1. Noun. (plural of creese) ¹



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Definition of Creeses

1. creese [n] - See also: creese

Lexicographical Neighbors of Creeses

creeping zinnia
creepingly
creeple
creeples
creepmeter
creepmeters
creepos
creeps
creepy
creepy-crawlies
creepy-crawly
creepy-peepy
crees
creese
creesed
creeses (current term)
creesh
creeshed
creeshes
creeshier
creeshing
creeshy
creesing
creetur
creeturs
crem
crema
cremains
cremasteric

Literary usage of Creeses

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

1. Letters of Thomas Edward Brown: Author of 'Fo'c'sle Yarns' by Thomas Edward Brown (1900)
"comes to ' creeses' after all. There is one trick I would fain learn, and that is the homely trick of walking upon my legs like a man—' Homo sum. ..."

2. The Conflict with Spain: A History of the War Based Upon Official Reports by Henry Francis Keenan (1898)
"The juramentados rushed on them fearlessly, their creeses clutched in their hands. The bullets fell like hail among them. They bent, crept, glided and ..."

3. Paris and Environs, with Routes from London to Paris: With Routes from by Karl Baedeker (Firm) (1896)
"Malay creeses ; bows and quivers. — CASE то THE LEFT. H 452, 451. ... To the right of the entrance: Chinese rifles; Malay creeses (J ..."

4. Struggles Through Life: Exemplified in the Various Travels and Adventures in by John Harriott (1808)
"If he can make his way through 'these surrounding opponents, all armed with their creeses, and then, by flight, can reach a certain tree as his sanctuary, ..."

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