Origin of crone
OTHER WORDS FROM cronecronish, adjective
Words nearby crone
How to use crone in a sentence
Such events eventually tied Morana with misfortune, with mythical narratives of the crone goddess even dabbling in sorcery and creating nightmares.
An “articulate and very clever man,” Watson said, “Crone was a loyal servant to Rupert Murdoch for many years.”
Back in 2009, Crone told Parliament that the phone-hacking allegations concerned only one rogue reporter and a private detective.
When hundreds more victims came to light last year, Crone was recalled to Parliament.
The Seven represents a single deity with seven aspects: Father, Mother, Warrior, Maiden, Smith, Crone, and Stranger.
“Neither Mr. Myler nor Mr. Crone told me that wrongdoing extended beyond Mr. Goodman or Mr. Mulcaire,” it said.
A hideous old crone covered with rags knelt beside the Duchesss, who on leaving the church offered her holy water.Honey-Bee|Anatole France
You have learnt to sit behind the stove like an old crone, and to dangle at the apronstrings of the women.Skipper Worse|Alexander Lange Kielland
Then the crone smote her lean hands one within the other, and laughed like a sea-gull.The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson, Volume XXI|Robert Louis Stevenson
The sexton approached the old crone, and laid his hand with violence upon her shoulder.Rookwood|William Harrison Ainsworth
As her eyes got accustomed to the dim light, she saw the figures of two women, a boy, and an old crone sitting by a wood fire.A Flight with the Swallows|Emma Marshall