- n. Alternative form of creatine.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. (Physiol. Chem.) A white, crystalline, nitrogenous substance found abundantly in muscle tissue.
- n. an amino acid that does not occur in proteins but is found in the muscle tissue of vertebrates both in the free form and as phosphocreatine; supplies energy for muscle contraction
“God must a-made him when his heart was pulsin 'hot with love an' the lust o 'creatin' in-com-_par_-able things; an 'He jest saw how pretty it' ud be to dip his featherin 'into the blood He was puttin' in his veins.”
“God must a-made him when his heart was pulsin 'hot with love an' the lust o 'creatin' in-com-PAR-able things; an 'He jest saw how pretty it' ud be to dip his featherin 'into the blood He was puttin' in his veins.”
“Now, mate," Mudge told him as they started up to the next level, "wot's the use o 'creatin' worry where there ain't none?”
“Oh no, another Republican creatin spewing nonsense.”
“And of course tomorrow, what with all that I managed to get done over the course of the day, I'll be ready to get right down to more creatin '.”
“Fire balls from the heavens will rain down upon our heathenist society and engulf every last creatin who voted for Obama!”
“Tayseer was my beginning my birth was my creatin was my morning.”
“Deze pandz sabin da speecees by playin and creatin hapi vibe, promotin good will toards uvers.”
“The helmuts sumtyms asploded creatin shrapnel, or tehy wiffstud the asploshun but directed the flying branes downward so yo had branes in yer shirt and in yer shorts and in yer socks and on yer shoes.”
“Kaori mori had done a great in creatin this manga.”
Looking for tweets for creatin.