Crabb

[ krab ]

noun
  1. George, 1778–1851, English author and philologist.

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How to use Crabb in a sentence

  • “It may be possible to use urine as a screening approach, and there’s quite a lot of work going on in that area,” Crabb adds.

  • So said Mr. Brandon to me, as we sat in the bay-window at Crabb Cot, at which place we were staying.

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

    Grimms' Fairy Tales | The Brothers Grimm
  • When they came to the nobleman's castle, the table was spread, and Crabb was told to sit down and eat.

    Grimms' Fairy Tales | The Brothers Grimm
  • Crabb says that sarcasm is the indulgence only of personal resentment, and is never justifiable.

    The Verbalist | Thomas Embly Osmun, (AKA Alfred Ayres)
  • So ended the Crabb Expedition, one of the most ill-fated and melancholy of any in the bloody annals of Mexico.