Crazy bone, the bony projection at the end of the elbow behind which passes the ulnar nerve; — so called on account of the curiously painful tingling felt, when, in a particular position, it receives a blow; — called also funny bone.Crazy quilt, a bedquilt made of pieces of silk or other material of various sizes, shapes, and colors, fancifully stitched together without definite plan or arrangement.

(Cre"a*ble) a. [L. creabilis, from creare to create. See Create.] Capable of being created. [Obs.] I. Watts.

(Creaght) n. [Ir. & Gael. graidh, graigh.] A drove or herd. [Obs.] Haliwell.

(Creaght), v. i. To graze. [Obs.] Sir. L. Davies.

(Creak) v. i. [imp. & p. p. Creaked (krekt); p. pr. & vb. n. Creaking.] [OE. creken, prob. of imitative origin; cf. E. crack, and. D. krieken to crackle, chirp.] To make a prolonged sharp grating or squeaking sound, as by the friction of hard substances; as, shoes creak.

The creaking locusts with my voice conspire.

Doors upon their hinges creaked.

(Creak), v. t. To produce a creaking sound with.

Creaking my shoes on the plain masonry.

(Creak) n. The sound produced by anything that creaks; a creaking. Roget.

(Creak"ing), n. A harsh grating or squeaking sound, or the act of making such a sound.

Start not at the creaking of the door.

(Cream) n. [F. crême, perh. fr. LL. crema cream of milk; cf. L. cremor thick juice or broth, perh. akin to cremare to burn.]

1. The rich, oily, and yellowish part of milk, which, when the milk stands unagitated, rises, and collects on the surface. It is the part of milk from which butter is obtained.

2. The part of any liquor that rises, and collects on the surface. [R.]

3. A delicacy of several kinds prepared for the table from cream, etc., or so as to resemble cream.

Crazy to Crebricostate

(Cra"zy) a. [From Craze.]

1. Characterized by weakness or feebleness; decrepit; broken; falling to decay; shaky; unsafe.

Piles of mean andcrazy houses.

One of great riches, but a crazy constitution.

They . . . got a crazy boat to carry them to the island.

2. Broken, weakened, or dissordered in intellect; shattered; demented; deranged.

Over moist and crazy brains.

3. Inordinately desirous; foolishly eager. [Colloq.]

The girls were crazy to be introduced to him.
R. B. Kimball.

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