[kroo-ton, kroo-ton] /ˈkru tɒn, kruˈtɒn/
a small piece of fried or toasted bread, sometimes seasoned, used as a garnish for soups, salads, and other dishes.
a small piece of fried or toasted bread, usually served in soup
1806, from French croûton “small piece of toasted bread,” from croûte “crust,” from Old French crouste (13c.), from Latin crusta (see crust (n.)).
[kroh-beyt] /ˈkroʊˌbeɪt/ noun, Chiefly Northern, North Midland, and Western U.S. 1. an emaciated, worn-out horse or cow. noun An old, mean, or ugly horse (1857+)
[kroh-bahr] /ˈkroʊˌbɑr/ noun 1. Also called crow. a steel bar, usually flattened and slightly bent at one or both ends, used as a lever. verb (used with object), crowbarred, crowbarring. 2. to pry open, loosen, etc., with a crowbar: We had to crowbar a window to get in. /ˈkrəʊˌbɑː/ noun 1. a heavy iron lever […]
[kroh-ber-ee, -buh-ree] /ˈkroʊˌbɛr i, -bə ri/ noun, plural crowberries. 1. the black or reddish berry of a heathlike, evergreen shrub, Empetrum nigrum, of northern regions. 2. the plant itself. 3. any of certain other fruits or the plants bearing similar berries, as the bearberry. /ˈkrəʊbərɪ; -brɪ/ noun (pl) -ries 1. a low-growing N temperate evergreen […]
noun 1. a type of forceps used to extract bullets, etc, from wounds