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Definition of Crambo
CramboCrambo Cram"bo (-b[-o]), n. [Cf. Cramp, a., difficult.]
1. A game in which one person gives a word, to which another
finds a rhyme.
I saw in one corner . . . a cluster of men and
women, diverting themselves with a game at crambo. I
heard several double rhymes . . . which raised a
great deal of mirth. --Addison.
2. A word rhyming with another word.
His similes in order set And every crambo he could
Dumb crambo, a game in which one party of players give a
word which rhymes with another, which last to be guessed
by the opposing party, who represent in dumb show what
they think it to be.
Meaning of Crambo from wikipedia
is a rhyming
game which, according
Strutt, was pla**** as early
as the 14th century under
the name of the ABC of Aristotle. It is also...
- he interrupts
him and makes
him tell a different
tale. Accentual verse Crambo Knittelvers Nonsense poetry
"Doggerel". Merriam-Webster. Retrieved
to Bellafront Mistress
Fingerlock, a woman
a brothel Crambo
and Poh, bravoes
Hippolito's servant Doctor
Benedict's servant Porter
a certain amount
praise. These books
, Mills, No Earth
for Foxes, and Pale Moon Rising, the latter being
- Baas-o-Beyt, the Malayalam Aksharaslokam
and, more generally, the British Crambo
. The game starts
with the first person reciting
(bait) of a poem...
"Corambis". It has been suggested
that this derives
from "crambe" or "crambo
from a Latin phrase meaning
"reheated cabbage", implying
- these signs
may be banned
from some forms
of the game. Time's Up! Dumb crambo Stump
the Stars Acting Crazy Gesture Cryptic
crossword, for a type of clue...
- Detective Sergeant Filson
The Narrowing Circle
(1956) -Inspector 'Dumb' Crambo
(1956) - Adjutant
(uncredited) Bond of Fear (1956) -...
- Sistanian dance
and music. It is very similar
to Bait bazi, Antakshari
as well. The term Baas-o-Beyt drives
Bahs and Beyt meaning
- in Scotland. He found enjoyment
the intellectual rhyming
with his peers. Some of his journal entries
from this period...
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