/ (ˈkruːdən) /

  1. Alexander. 1701–70, Scottish bookseller and compiler of a well-known biblical concordance (1737)

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How to use Cruden in a sentence

  • A world away at Cruden Farm in Australia, a grand dame would no doubt have seen all this with the heaviest of hearts.

  • This was Alexander Cruden, the well-known, painstaking compiler of the Concordance.

  • Mr Cruden had the reputation of being one of the most respectable as well as one of the richest men in his part of the county.

    Reginald Cruden | Talbot Baines Reed
  • On the day on which our story opens Mr Cruden had driven down into the City on business.

    Reginald Cruden | Talbot Baines Reed
  • “Certainly, Master Cruden,” said the lawyer, a trifle disconcerted by this unexpected interruption.

    Reginald Cruden | Talbot Baines Reed
  • And it was whilst returning thence that Mr Cruden was suddenly seized with the stroke which ended in his death.

    Reginald Cruden | Talbot Baines Reed