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Cressy

[kres-ee] /ˈkrɛs i/
noun
1.
Crécy (def 1).
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  • Above his tomb are suspended the helm, surcoat, shield, and gauntlet he wore on the field of Cressy.

  • Leave you to go on with this business and marry this Cressy?

    The Coast of Chance Esther Chamberlain
  • Cressy McKinstry, who was sixteen years old, had been one of the pupils he had found at the school when he first came.

    Cressy Bret Harte
  • "Less terrible than Cressy, however," said Condorcet, smiling.

    The Queen's Necklace Alexandre Dumas pre
  • And the Black Prince won his spurs in the glorious fight of Cressy when he was barely sixteen.

  • Finally we came there to play and he heard everybody call me "Cressy."

    Continuous Vaudeville Will M. Cressy
  • “I never knew of such a thing, Mr Cressy,” said Martha in a quiet demure way.

    The Rosery Folk George Manville Fenn
  • The master at his desk, and Cressy who had halted in the aisle were left alone.

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British Dictionary definitions for Cressy

Cressy

/ˈkrɛsɪ/
noun
1.
(rare) the former English name for Crécy
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