Creviced
Creviced Crev"iced (-?st), a. Having a crevice or crevices; as, a creviced structure for storing ears of corn. [1913 Webster]

Trickling through the creviced rock. --J. Cunningham. [1913 Webster]


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  • creviced — See crevice. * * * …   Universalium

  • creviced — crev·iced …   English syllables

  • creviced — st adjective Etymology: crevice + ed : having a crevice …   Useful english dictionary

  • crevice — creviced, adj. /krev is/, n. a crack forming an opening; cleft; rift; fissure. [1300 50; ME crevace < AF, OF, equiv. to crev(er) to crack ( < L crepare) + ace n. suffix] * * * …   Universalium

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  • crevice — /ˈkrɛvəs / (say krevuhs) noun a crack forming an opening; a cleft; a rift; a fissure. {Middle English crevace, from Old French, from crever burst, from Latin crepāre crack} –creviced, adjective …   Australian English dictionary

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  • crevice — [krev′is] n. [ME crevace < OFr < VL * crepacia, a crack < L crepare: see CRAVEN] a narrow opening caused by a crack or split; fissure; cleft; chink creviced adj …   English World dictionary

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