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adjective, creas·i·er, creas·i·est.
  1. full of creases.
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Origin of creasy

First recorded in 1855–60; crease1 + -y1
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Examples from the Web for creasy

Historical Examples

  • "I've been a good bit over the Hollow, miss," answered Creasy.

    The Chestermarke Instinct

    J. S. Fletcher

  • "Aye, well—I'm going on what these paper accounts say," answered Creasy.

  • "Aye, but they'll be thoroughly rotten by this," said Creasy.

  • "No danger, so long as you two'll stick to this end of the rope," said Creasy.

  • There are also inherent improbabilities in Creasy's account.