Origin of crone
OTHER WORDS FROM cronecronish, adjective
Words nearby crone
How to use crone in a sentence
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