or croi·sette, cros·ette
- a projection at a corner of a door or window architrave.
Origin of crossette
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In the meantime, here are eight movies people are talking about on the Croisette, and the inside scoop from the Riviera.Cannes' Eight Buzziest Films
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Near the landing-place stands the Fort, perched on a high cliff and looking across to the Croisette.The Mediterranean
T. G. (Thomas Gray) Bonney, E. A. R. Ball, H. D. Traill, Grant Allen, and Arthur Griffiths
Upon this Croisette was very much pleased, and she smiled upon Sir Launcelot.
Thus it is, Croisette, that I have no lady for to serve in the manner thou speakest of.
This knight bore down with great speed upon where Croisette was, and the esquire followed close behind him.