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Synonyms Dictionary

SI.

noodle, SI.

block; headpiece, headgear, cap, crown, crownpiece, helmet; top, tip, tiptop, point, spire, apex, vertex, Latin, ne plus ultra; acme, zenith, meridian, apogee, crowning point, climax, culmination.
5. summit, pinnacle, peak, needle, tor, alp, mountain top, heights; ridge, reef, ledge, range, chain, line,
Geol.

hogback, Phys. Geog.

arfite.
6. best, finest, prime, utmost, uttermost, extreme,
U.S. SI.

the greatest, U.S. SI.

the most, SI.

the tops; sublimity, supremacy, consummation, perfection.
-v. 7. crown, cap, top, top out, pinnacle, tip,
Brit. nib; surmount, climb, mount, ascend, scale.
8. peak, rise, spire, tower, culminate, climax; jut, beetle, protrude, protuberate, bulge, stick out
or

up.

crestfallen, adj.

depressed, in the doldrums, down in the dumps, dejected, low-spirited, chapfallen, mopish; sad, unhappy, despondent, disconsolate, downcast, cast down, downhearted; melancholy, blue, dispirited, woebegone, heavy-hearted; moody, gloomy, glum, sullen, morose, saturnine; oppressed, weary, spiritless; discouraged, disheartened, out of heart,

crevasse, n.

chasm, gorge, ravine, bergschrund; gulch, gully, rut, furrow, ditch, trench. See - crevice (def.

2).

crevice, n.1. fissure, cleft, crack, chap, check, stria, cranny, groove, sulcus, Archaic,

scissure; break, fracture, rupture, split, rift, breach, scission, separation; slit, gash, scotch, rent, cut.
2. chasm, gorge, ravine, crevasse, bergschrund; gulch, gully, rut, furrow, ditch, trench; hole, gap, cavity, opening, orifice, aperture; space, interspace, interval, interstice, narrow.

crew, n.1. company, squad, team, corps; group, assemblage, band, troupe, party, gang; posse, force, body; throng, mob, pack; multitude, mass, crowd, horde, herd, host.
2.
Nautical,

sailors, bluejackets, mariners, seamen, seafarers, gobs, Inf.

tars, seadogs, shellbacks, hands, Brit. SI.

matelots.

crib, n.1. child's bed, bassinet, cradle.
2. hovel, hut, hutch, shack, shanty,
Brit,

bothy.
3. enclosure, stall, pen, cage, coop; bin, box, rack, manger.
4.
Informal,

translation, key, U.S. SI.

trot, SI.

pony. -v. 5. enclose, shut in, shut up, keep in, quarantine, isolate; confine, cage, coop, pen in, rail in, fence, pale, picket, corral; box up, bottle up; imprison, incarcerate, wall in.
6.
Informal,

plagiarize, palm off as one's own, pirate; pilfer, steal, lift, filch, purloin, misappropriate,

crick, n.

kink, hitch, cramp, pain; spasm, throe, twitch, tremor, twinge, pang,

crier, n.1. herald, announcer, proclaimer, bellman, town crier.
2. hawker, peddler, vendor, huckster, cheap-jack, costermonger, colporteur,

crime, n.1. offense, transgression, violation, injury, hurt, harm, wrong, malfeasance, malefaction, misdeed; felony, Law.

tort; atrocity, monstrosity, enormity, horror, outrage; disgrace, abomination, shame, scandal.
2. iniquity, wickedness, unrighteousness, evil, sin; depravity, corruption, dereliction, vice,

criminal, adj.1. felonious, larcenous, homicidal, murderous, burglarious; unlawful, illegal, lawless, illicit, law-breaking; delinquent, derelict; malfeasant, misfeasant.
2. nefarious, iniquitous, wicked, flagitious; evil, immoral, sinful, unrighteous, errant, wrong, bad; degenerate, depraved, corrupt, vile, foul, black, villainous.
3. heinous, abominable, monstrous, atrocious, vicious; outrageous, flagrant, gross; disreputable, notorious, infamous.

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