Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Marked or measured by crotchets.

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

  • adjective Marked or measured by crotchets; having musical notation.

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of crotchet.

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Examples

  • My current plan is, once Ellen has her baby, I'll close off the jumper somehow, stuff it, and make it into a little crotcheted Cthuluish toy.

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  • The lace on it is a diamond pattern very pretty crotcheted.

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  • To the left, she could see a parlor with a large fireplace, comfortable looking couches, a crotcheted rug, and a huge Christmas tree, decorated with lights and ornaments and tinsel.

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  • The butler suavely tries to inform her; the housekeeper removed the white crotcheted scarfs and things from the gilded chairs, and I am sure Mrs. Denning had a heartache about their loss; but she saw that they had also vanished from Dora's parlor, so she took the hint, and accepted the lesson.

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  • He thinks it would have been more "moral" if Mme. de Clèves had actually succumbed as a punishment for her self-reliance (certainly one of the most remarkable topsyturvifications of morality ever crotcheted); is, of course, infinitely shocked at being asked and induced to "interest himself in a prostitute and a card-sharper" by _Manon Lescaut_; and, equally of course, extols Richardson, though it is fair to say that he speaks well of _Tom Jones_.

    A History of the French Novel, Vol. 1 From the Beginning to 1800

  • The butler suavely tries to inform her; the housekeeper removed the white crotcheted scarfs and things from the gilded chairs, and I am sure Mrs. Denning had a heartache about their loss; but she saw that they had also vanished from

    The Man Between, an International Romance

  • A knitted or crotcheted hat, with woollen rosettes over the ears, is, in the winter time, an excellent hat for a child subject to ear-ache.

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  • That old framed behind glass photo of the siblings is another favorite as well as the old doll cup and plates and the crotcheted collar.

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  • That old framed behind glass photo of the siblings is another favorite as well as the old doll cup and plates and the crotcheted collar.

    Welcome to Boxwood Cottage!

  • Many of them would welcome a diversion (from their real or imaginary ailments) in the form of producing little things such as lace, ganutil, knitted or crotcheted objects, model making, etc …. which could be raffled during certain events where their own relatives would be invited.

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