krewe

[kroo]

Origin of krewe

archaizing or fanciful spelling of crew1; generalized from the Mistick Krewe of Comus, the first such club, founded in New Orleans in 1857
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Contemporary Examples of krewe

  • But it took another 20 years for his son, Owen “Pip” Brennan, Jr. to make the Krewe synonymous with Mardi Gras.

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    Kings of Mardi Gras

    The Daily Beast

    February 16, 2010

Historical Examples of krewe

  • Now, the Krewe of Proteus was composed entirely of men, and it was their policy to have nobody but men in their parade.