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Definition of "crabbe" []

  • George. 1754–1832, English narrative poet, noted for his depiction of impoverished rural life in The Village (1783) and The Borough (1810) (noun)

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Use "crabbe" in a sentence
  • "By Glyn Davies, at Sun Oct 28, 06:04:00 PM bourne looked as if he was spoiling for a fight with crabbe"
  • "The bak of þe Crevise, þus he must be sted: array hym̅ as ye doth {e}/þe crabbe, if þat any be had, and boþe end {es} of þe shell {e}/"
  • "breke þe clawes of þe crabbe / þe smalle & þe grete"
  • "breke þe clawes of þe crabbe / þe smalle & þe grete"
  • "Send þe Crabbe to þe kychyñ/þer {e} for to hete, agayñ hit facch {e} to þy sou {er} ayne sittyng {e} at mete; breke þe clawes of þe crabbe/þe small {e} & þe grete, 600"