noun, plural crois·sants [French krwah-sahn; English kruh-sahnts] /French krwɑˈsɑ̃; English krəˈsɑnts/.
Origin of croissant
Examples from the Web for croissant
Contemporary Examples of croissant
I choked on my croissant at the lurid accounts in the New York Times, which positively wallowed in the story.Marriage, the French Way
February 12, 2014
Warm up with a croissant and a mug of Counter Culture organic coffee at A Café at AKA Central Park (42 W. 58th St.).The Untouristy Guide to the Holidays in New York
Condé Nast Traveler
December 11, 2013
You can start the day with a croissant and baguette, then end the day in a bistro or some place high-end, like Pierre Gagnaire.Fresh Picks
September 7, 2010
Historical Examples of croissant
Elise finished the last crumb of croissant and drained the last drop of coffee.Molly Brown's Orchard Home
Word Origin for croissant
1899, see crescent.