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Crooned

kruːn

Meanings of Crooned:

verb

Hum or sing in a soft, low voice, especially in a sentimental manner.

Usage examples:

She was crooning to the child
noun

A soft, low voice or tone.

Usage examples:

He sang in a gentle, highly expressive croon

Crooner

ˈkruː.nər

Meanings of Crooner:

noun

A singer, typically a male one, who sings sentimental songs in a soft, low voice.

Usage examples:

What i really loved about that time was the vocalists, the crooners.

Crooners

ˈkruː.nər

Meanings of Crooners:

noun

A singer, typically a male one, who sings sentimental songs in a soft, low voice.

Usage examples:

What i really loved about that time was the vocalists, the crooners.

Meanings of Crooning:

verb

Hum or sing in a soft, low voice, especially in a sentimental manner.

Usage examples:

She was crooning to the child
noun

A soft, low voice or tone.

Usage examples:

He sang in a gentle, highly expressive croon

Croons

kruːn

Meanings of Croons:

verb

Hum or sing in a soft, low voice, especially in a sentimental manner.

Usage examples:

She was crooning to the child
noun

A soft, low voice or tone.

Usage examples:

He sang in a gentle, highly expressive croon

Crop

krɒp

Meanings of Crop:

noun

A cultivated plant that is grown on a large scale commercially, especially a cereal, fruit, or vegetable.

Usage examples:

The main crops were oats and barley
verb

Cut (something, especially a person's hair) very short.

Usage examples:

She cropped her long golden hair

Meanings of Crop up:

phrasal verb

Appear suddenly or unexpectedly

Meanings of Cropland:

noun

Land used for growing crops.

Usage examples:

The spreading of manure on cropland or pasture can be a source of odors.

Croplands

ˈkrɒpland

Meanings of Croplands:

noun

Land used for growing crops.

Usage examples:

The spreading of manure on cropland or pasture can be a source of odors.

Cropped

krɒp

Meanings of Cropped:

adjective

(especially of hair) cut very short.

Usage examples:

Cropped blonde hair
verb

Cut (something, especially a person's hair) very short.

Usage examples:

She cropped her long golden hair

Past simple and past participle of crop

Cropper

ˈkrɒp.ər

Meanings of Cropper:

noun

A plant which yields a specified crop.

Usage examples:

The white-fleshed varieties are the heaviest croppers

Croppers

ˈkrɒpə

Meanings of Croppers:

noun

A plant which yields a specified crop.

Usage examples:

The white-fleshed varieties are the heaviest croppers

Meanings of Cropping:

verb

Cut (something, especially a person's hair) very short.

Usage examples:

She cropped her long golden hair
noun

A cultivated plant that is grown on a large scale commercially, especially a cereal, fruit, or vegetable.

Usage examples:

The main crops were oats and barley

Present participle of crop

Meanings of Cropping-up:

phrasal verb

To happen or appear unexpectedly

Usage examples:

Her name keeps cropping up in their conversations.

Crops

krɒp

Meanings of Crops:

noun

A cultivated plant that is grown on a large scale commercially, especially a cereal, fruit, or vegetable.

Usage examples:

The main crops were oats and barley
verb

Short for riding crop or hunting crop.

Croquet

ˈkrəʊkeɪ

Meanings of Croquet:

noun

A game played on a lawn, in which wooden balls are driven through a series of square-topped hoops by means of mallets.

Usage examples:

A croquet lawn
verb

Drive away (an opponent's ball) by holding one's own ball against it and striking this with the mallet. a player is entitled to do this after their ball has struck an opponent's.

Usage examples:

Oh good, she said, and wiped the lawn with me, roqueting and croqueting my balls to oblivion.

Croqueted

ˈkrəʊkeɪ

Meanings of Croqueted:

verb

Drive away (an opponent's ball) by holding one's own ball against it and striking this with the mallet. a player is entitled to do this after their ball has struck an opponent's.

Usage examples:

Oh good, she said, and wiped the lawn with me, roqueting and croqueting my balls to oblivion.
noun

A game played on a lawn, in which wooden balls are driven through a series of square-topped hoops by means of mallets.

Usage examples:

A croquet lawn

Croqueting

ˈkrəʊkeɪ

Meanings of Croqueting:

verb

Drive away (an opponent's ball) by holding one's own ball against it and striking this with the mallet. a player is entitled to do this after their ball has struck an opponent's.

Usage examples:

Oh good, she said, and wiped the lawn with me, roqueting and croqueting my balls to oblivion.
noun

A game played on a lawn, in which wooden balls are driven through a series of square-topped hoops by means of mallets.

Usage examples:

A croquet lawn

Croquets

ˈkrəʊkeɪ

Meanings of Croquets:

noun

A game played on a lawn, in which wooden balls are driven through a series of square-topped hoops by means of mallets.

Usage examples:

A croquet lawn
verb

Drive away (an opponent's ball) by holding one's own ball against it and striking this with the mallet. a player is entitled to do this after their ball has struck an opponent's.

Usage examples:

Oh good, she said, and wiped the lawn with me, roqueting and croqueting my balls to oblivion.

Croquette

krə(ʊ)ˈkɛt

Meanings of Croquette:

noun

A small ball or roll of vegetables, minced meat, or fish, fried in breadcrumbs.

Usage examples:

A potato croquette

Croquettes

krəˈket

Meanings of Croquettes:

noun

A small ball or roll of vegetables, minced meat, or fish, fried in breadcrumbs.

Usage examples:

A potato croquette

Meanings of Croquignole:

noun

A board game played mainly in canada, in which players take turns flicking small discs across a circular playing surface with the aim of displacing opponents' pieces and landing in the higher-scoring central sections.

Usage examples:

We'd play ping-pong and crokinole and drink ginger ale

Croquis

krəʊˈkiː

Meanings of Croquis:

noun

A rough draft; a sketch.

Usage examples:

Entering the gallery, one encounters a whitewashed wall covered with croquis sketches of nude femal…

Crore

krɔːr

Meanings of Crore:

noun

Ten million; one hundred lakhs, especially of rupees, units of measurement, or people.

Usage examples:

All the other channels will be launching programmes giving away crores upon crores of rupees.
number

Ten million

Usage examples:

Private airlines owe a total of rs 14,573 crore to state-run banks.

Crores

krɔː

Meanings of Crores:

noun

Ten million; one hundred lakhs, especially of rupees, units of measurement, or people.

Usage examples:

All the other channels will be launching programmes giving away crores upon crores of rupees.

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