Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of crubeen.

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Examples

  • Rockett's speciality is traditional dishes, and particularly crubeens, pigs' trotters boiled into a gloriously rich and gelatinous finger-food.

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  • One of these, a starter listed as snails and crubeens, which should be little fritters of gooey braised pig's trotter, was a salty, sticky, unpleasant mess of chewy snails and flavourless deep-fried cubes.

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  • He had a quiet word with Mrs. Doyle inquiring, discreetly as he might, of the arrangements, and she said they had the insure paid, thank God, himself was always up to his time with that, and it was good of Mr. Mack to ask, thank you for that, he was very good altogether and the crubeens too.

    At Swim, Two Boys

  • He had a quiet word with Mrs. Doyle inquiring, discreetly as he might, of the arrangements, and she said they had the insure paid, thank God, himself was always up to his time with that, and it was good of Mr. Mack to ask, thank you for that, he was very good altogether and the crubeens too.

    At Swim, Two Boys

  • Cathy Barry sells drisheen, pints of Murphy and crubeens.

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  • Reckitt's blue, and from pigs 'crubeens to the best Limerick flitches.

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  • Before two o'clock the magnates of the fair had left it, taking with them the cream of its contents, and in humbler people such a hunger began to assert itself as came near bringing even crubeens and Peggy's leg within the sphere of practical politics.

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  • In the room the girls were nibbling the crubeens he’d brought.

    At Swim, Two Boys

  • In the room the girls were nibbling the crubeens he’d brought.

    At Swim, Two Boys

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