from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Obsolete form of crowd.
- v. Obsolete form of crowd.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. See crowd, a violin.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An obsolete form of crowd.
- n. The crypt of a church.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
I love being apart of the cool in croud of such “critical thinkers”!
Mr Walker had a real fine transparency, and his house a croud of green and blossoms, — Mr Gay several transparencies of his own painting, and his House shaded by Oak-limbs planted in the street.
I'm losing the battle with even the moderate croud .... badly.
Lets look at the US, they would fire tear gas to disperse the croud and then arrest the main trouble makers.
In Thailand they would fire live rounds into the croud.
The people who are the sheep would be the democrats and the far left moveon. org croud.
I have no real idea, but it seems that the croud says it was some kind of double-barrel.
The croud reaction is funny to me-OMG, that wicked mother nature doing her thing -- help -- stop her!!!
All was expectation and suspence for half the day, the croud increased on the piers, the Batterie, the shore, and the Rigging of the vessels.
This drew a croud to the beach and we walkd a long way under Shakespear's Cliff, but on the arrival of a boat instead of Old Blucher,  she landed Count Meternich the Austrian Ambasador, whom the croud took on their shoulders and caried against his will to the Ship