Definitions

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  • adj. curly; curled

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Curly; curled.

Etymologies

See curl. (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Sparkling brown eyes, full lips rich in humor and pugnacity, 'lockës crull as they were layde in presse,' the same look of 'wonderly' activity too, in spite of his short stature and dainty make, as

    Robert Elsmere

  • The cake and the custard, the crull and the pie --

    The Communistic Societies of the United States From Personal Visit and Observation

  • Sparkling brown eyes, full lips rich in humour and pugnacity, 'lockës crull as they were layde in presse,' the same look of 'wonderly' activity too, in spite of his short stature and dainty make, as Chaucer lends his squire -- the type was so fresh and pleasing that Robert was more and more held by it, especially when he discovered to his bewilderment that the supposed stripling must be from his talk a man quite as old as himself, an official besides, filling what was clearly some important place in the world.

    Robert Elsmere

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