Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun See craze.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • transitive verb obsolete To break in pieces; to crack.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • verb obsolete To break in pieces; to crack.

Etymologies

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See craze.

Examples

  • Which kain crase be that na...imagine the concobility,lol!

    "All correct Sir!"

  • Mehn u're lucky the girl no dey crase sha, she for finish you, but thank God you had her medicine.

    INSECURITY

  • So you saw that crase man using God's name in vain ehn?

    My Prison Visit

  • So make l for no crase finish l ask simple questions like, "so what do you think we should do" what is within our own control immediately and how do we build on that?

    Elites TV

  • So make l for no crase finish l ask simple questions like, "so what do you think we should do" what is within our own control immediately and how do we build on that?

    Elites TV

  • So make l for no crase finish l ask simple questions like, "so what do you think we should do" what is within our own control immediately and how do we build on that?

    Elites TV

  • Firstly, In the state like TamilNadu it is very difficult to celebrate like this because people are very crase about their stars and they do not want to celebrate anything very simple and they expect the stars always to be in the sky whatsoever.

    Yahoo! Answers: Latest Questions

  • Jason Weitzel took a feed at the left side of the crase and stuffed the shot in past Ryan Gibb.

    Minor League Baseball News - MLN - The Raw Feed

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