any system, doctrine, or formula of religious belief, as of a denomination.
any system or codification of belief or of opinion.
an authoritative, formulated statement of the chief articles of Christian belief, as the , the Nicene Creed, or the Athanasian Creed.
the creed, .
a concise, formal statement of the essential articles of Christian belief, such as the Apostles’ Creed or the Nicene Creed
any statement or system of beliefs or principles
Frederick. 1871–1957, Canadian inventor, resident in Scotland from 1897, noted for his invention of the teleprinter, first used in 1912
Old English creda “article or statement of Christian belief,” from Latin credo “I believe” (see credo). Broadening 17c. to mean “any statement of belief.”
[kreek, krik] /krik, krɪk/ noun 1. U.S., Canada, and Australia. a stream smaller than a river. 2. a stream or channel in a coastal marsh. 3. Chiefly Atlantic States and British. a recess or inlet in the shore of the sea. 4. an estuary. 5. British Dialect. a narrow, winding passage or hidden recess. Idioms […]
noun, U.S. History. 1. an uprising in 1813–14 of the Creek Indians against settlers in Alabama: frontier militia from Tennessee, Georgia, and Mississippi under Andrew Jackson helped defeat the Creek, who ceded two-thirds of their land to the U.S.
[kreel] /kril/ noun 1. a wickerwork basket worn on the back or suspended from the shoulder, used especially by anglers for carrying fish. 2. a basket made of wicker or other material, for holding fish, lobsters, etc. 3. a trap for fish, lobsters, etc., especially one made of wicker. 4. a framework, especially one for […]
[kreep] /krip/ verb (used without object), crept, creeping. 1. to move slowly with the body close to the ground, as a reptile or an insect, or a person on hands and knees. 2. to approach slowly, imperceptibly, or stealthily (often followed by up): We crept up and peeked over the wall. 3. to move or […]