Origin of crèche
Words nearby crèche
How to use crèche in a sentence
A special nursery, the "Creche," was built for their children.America's Munitions 1917-1918|Benedict Crowell
Along the floor of the ravine that was the only land approach to the Creche moved the twisting, writhing snake of the procession.
It was the expressionless face of an android, a fine example of the Creche's production line.
To tell such a man what the Creche is would be to tie a rope around the neck of every android alive.
There was a moral decay setting in everywhere—the founders of the Creche would never have spoken so.
British Dictionary definitions for crèche
- a day nursery for very young children
- a supervised play area provided for young children for short periods