crit′icalness, critical′ity; crit′icaster, crit′ickin, a petty critic.
Now God above, why not crit Madeira tell you that tr-r-ue way of things?
Reckon if you keep up with crit's business, my friend, you'll have to walk faster.
I was strangely unsympathetic with crit and his mushroom cult, so he came in to dinner.
So say the Greek writers of the lower empire, and so say our compilers after them: "Et voil justement comme on crit l'histoire."
I am certain that Kent could not keep the news, and you know by this time that crit and I are to be married the last of next week.
It is all crit, who is an angel, as I believe I remarked before.
Kent declares that crit proposed to Milly in song, but Milly herself is dumb about how that came about.
C'est pourquoy vn illustre personnage de ntre temps entre ses preceptes moraux & sentences vrayement dorees, a crit.
crit calls me a Sunbonnet Baby because I am so afraid of not keeping to the schedule set down for me by my neighbors.