Definition of Crozes

1. Noun. (plural of croze) ¹



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Definition of Crozes

1. croze [n] - See also: croze

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Crozes

crowstep
crowstepped
crowsteps
crowstone
crowstones
crowth
crowths
croyn
croyned
croyning
croyns
croze
croze iron
crozer
crozers
crozes (current term)
crozier
croziered
croziers
crp
cru
crubeen
crubeens
cruces
cruces gammatae
cruces pilorum
crucial
crucial bandage
crucial ligament
cruciality

Literary usage of Crozes

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1. Costa Rica-Panama Arbitration: Argument of Costa Rica Before the Arbitrator by Costa Rica, Pedro Pérez Zeledón, Chandler Parsons Anderson, Panama (1913)
"At first the governor paid no attention to the matter, but afterwards he sent a messenger on board of the French steamer in which Monsieur crozes was ..."

2. VIth International Inland Navigation Congress, The Hague, 1894: Reports (1894)
"... -crozes passage, from kilometre 86 to kilometre 89 (Pl . IX). The most remarkable are those of Limony (Pl . VII) which, five in number, ..."

3. Studies of French Criminals of the Nineteenth Century by Henry Brodribb Irving (1901)
"It is always the case," says the Abbe crozes, for some time chaplain at that prison, " the fiercest are subdued as soon as they enter the Grande Roquette. ..."

4. Gossip of the Century: Personal and Traditional Memories, Social, Literary by Rachel Harriette Busk, Wm. Pitt Byrne (1899)
"If Abbé crozes ever erred in the view he took of criminal guilt and its deserts, ... Abbé crozes was about seventy-two the last time I saw him; ..."

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