Consider a song like “crayon” by G-Dragon, a member of the boy band Big Bang.
It had crayon enlargements of Mrs. Dennis and the two small Dennises in the parlor and in the guest room and in Mr. Dennis' room.
I regret I could not crayon it, for it is worth being portrayed.
A stone grained for crayon work is prepared with aquafortis and gum.
But with a bit of crayon a great artist makes an immortal sketch.
Mr. crayon was self-made, and was willing that it should be known.
crayon will not write on the smooth, glazed parts of a blackboard.
The following method will be found useful, especially if you want to exhibit a crayon without the expense of framing it.
And with a crayon he made drawings on the wainscot of the room.
The pocket-book was specially made with paper which would take pencil, colour, crayon, ink or charcoal.
1640s, from French crayon "pencil" (16c.), originally "chalk pencil," from craie "chalk," from Latin creta "chalk, pipe-clay," of unknown origin. Not now considered to mean "Cretan earth," as once was believed.
1. Someone who works on Cray supercomputers. More specifically, it implies a programmer, probably of the CDC ilk, probably male, and almost certainly wearing a tie (irrespective of gender). Systems types who have a Unix background tend not to be described as crayons.
2. A computron that participates only in number crunching.
3. A unit of computational power equal to that of a single Cray-1. There is a standard joke about this usage that derives from an old Crayola crayon promotional gimmick: When you buy 64 crayons you get a free sharpener.