Crustated
Crustated Crus"ta*ted (kr?s"t?-t?d), a. [L. crustatus, p. p. of crustare, fr. crusta. See {Crust}.] Covered with a crust; as, crustated basalt. [1913 Webster]

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  • crustated — crustˈate or crustātˈed adjective Covered with a crust • • • Main Entry: ↑crust …   Useful english dictionary

  • Anona reticulata — Custard Cus tard (k[u^]s t[ e]rd), n. [Prob. the same word as OE. crustade, crustate, a pie made with a crust, fr. L. crustatus covered with a crust, p. p. of crustare, fr. crusta crust; cf. OF. croustade pasty, It. crostata, or F. coutarde. See… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Anona squamosa — Custard Cus tard (k[u^]s t[ e]rd), n. [Prob. the same word as OE. crustade, crustate, a pie made with a crust, fr. L. crustatus covered with a crust, p. p. of crustare, fr. crusta crust; cf. OF. croustade pasty, It. crostata, or F. coutarde. See… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Custard — Cus tard (k[u^]s t[ e]rd), n. [Prob. the same word as OE. crustade, crustate, a pie made with a crust, fr. L. crustatus covered with a crust, p. p. of crustare, fr. crusta crust; cf. OF. croustade pasty, It. crostata, or F. coutarde. See {Crust} …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Custard apple — Custard Cus tard (k[u^]s t[ e]rd), n. [Prob. the same word as OE. crustade, crustate, a pie made with a crust, fr. L. crustatus covered with a crust, p. p. of crustare, fr. crusta crust; cf. OF. croustade pasty, It. crostata, or F. coutarde. See… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Custard coffin — Custard Cus tard (k[u^]s t[ e]rd), n. [Prob. the same word as OE. crustade, crustate, a pie made with a crust, fr. L. crustatus covered with a crust, p. p. of crustare, fr. crusta crust; cf. OF. croustade pasty, It. crostata, or F. coutarde. See… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Occrustate — Oc*crus tate, v. t. [See {Ob }, and {Crustated}.] To incrust; to harden. [Obs.] Dr. H. More. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • cascado — kaˈskä(ˌ)dō, ˈā noun ( s) Etymology: Spanish, cracked, broken, from past participle of cascar to crack, break more at cascara : a verminous crustated dermatitis of cattle caused by a nematode (Stephanofilaria dedoesi) and occurring especially in… …   Useful english dictionary

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