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Crabb

[krab]
noun
  1. George,1778–1851, English author and philologist.
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Historical Examples of crabb

  • The doctor looked at the dish, had no idea what to say, and cried: 'Ah, poor Crabb.'

    Grimms' Fairy Tales

    The Brothers Grimm

  • Other women were aboard the Queen; could not General Crabb find room for her?

  • This very proverb was mentioned by a young Gipsy to Crabb, some years ago.

    The Slang Dictionary

    John Camden Hotten

  • So the pony had been sent to Crabb Cot upon trial, and we all liked him.

  • Crabb Ravine lay to the side of our house, beyond the wide field.