or cray cray, cray-cray
Origin of cray
Examples from the Web for cray
The second upped the ante, taking aim at “cray,” “jelly,” “literally,” “teehee,” and “totes.”Feminist, Bae, Turnt: Time’s ‘Worst Words’ List Is Sexist and Racist|Samantha Allen|November 13, 2014|DAILY BEAST
On those symptoms, he was expressly put into the hands of his physician, and sent to Foot's Cray, his villa in Kent.
Of tea upon the veranda of Cray's Folly that afternoon I retain several notable memories.
The atmosphere of Cray's Folly seemed to become charged with unrest.
But beneath the roof of Cray's Folly dwelt a spirit of unrest, of apprehension.
But, my dear fellow, what possible use can it be to you at Cray's Folly?