from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A clod.
  • n. Dung; excrement.


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  • No gallant guardian of his sister-in-laws reputation, he remarked that eating pt en crote always reminded him of the saying of his own ancestress, Queen Maria Thrse.

    Let Me Eat Cake

  • The meal made him think of Marie-Thrses comment, upon learning that some peasants didnt have any bread: Mais, mon Dieu, que ne mangent-ils de la crote de pt?

    Let Me Eat Cake

  • He thought of her, he says in Relation dun voyage Bruxelles et Coblentz, when he left France in 1791 and stopped for a drink of Bordeaux and a bite of pt en crote.

    Let Me Eat Cake

  • Bd sans titre par ced_empire, 11 pts crote de vache par latortue1, 0 pt

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  • To drive this force from the field yoafhould crote the St. Lawrence with a well appointed army twenty thouiana ftrong, with a referve, always defirable, with raw troops mp penfable, of 10,000.

    Congressional Reporter, Containing the Public Documents, and the Debates [in Congress]


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  • Scots. The smallest particle.

    June 25, 2011