/ (kruː) /
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a town in NW England, in Cheshire: major railway junction. Pop: 67 683 (2001)
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Words nearby Crewe
Creve Coeur, crevice, crew, crew chief, crew cut, Crewe, crewed, crewel, crewelwork, crewman, crewmate
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How to use Crewe in a sentence
Crewe suffered from rheumatism, and when he felt it coming on he stayed at home.Auld Licht Idylls|J. M. Barrie
Do you think they go and take in coal and water at Crewe, or elsewhere, while they wait for a "return" train?
From Crewe to Chester is half an hour's run, and as we approach the old city on the Dee we feel wrapped in history.
Her knowledge of Crewe's habits enabled her to choose the fitting hour for this call; he had lunched, and was smoking a cigar.
Crewe's native wit and rich store of experience availed him nothing when Mrs. Damerel discoursed thus.