- crouzon's disease,
- crow blackbird,
- crow over,
- crow step
Origin of crouton
Examples from the Web for crouton
Stick the skewers into the crouton and pour the sauce round it.The Cook's Decameron: A Study in Taste:|Mrs. W. G. Waters
Croutons may also be served with the rest; put around the fish one crouton, then an onion, and so on, all around.
Pile them on the crouton, and have ready a tomato sauce to pour over.The Belgian Cookbook|Various
Word Origin for crouton
1806, from French croûton "small piece of toasted bread," from croûte "crust," from Old French crouste (13c.), from Latin crusta (see crust (n.)).