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Use "creese" in a sentence
""running amuck," so frequent in all other Malay countries, has never taken place, and with a population of 30,000 Malays, all of whom carry their "creese" and revenge an insult by a stab, murders do not occur more than once in five or six years."
"Two brace of pistols, a Malay creese, and a tulwar, sharp on both sides, and very nearly six feet in length, completed this elegant costume."
"He drew forth a creese, and holding it up saw this name cut upon the handle: "JOHN POTTS.""