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synonyms for crèches

  • Bethlehem
  • cradle
  • stable
  • Holy Cradle
  • crèche
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How to use crèches in a sentence

She spends a large part of her own private fortune for providing Creches, an old people's home.
WAYS OF WAR AND PEACEDELIA AUSTRIAN
Repeated, too, everywhere, were such creches as the one he now entered.
WHEN THE SLEEPER WAKESHERBERT GEORGE WELLS
A system of such creches had almost entirely replaced the hazardous adventures of the old-world nursing.
WHEN THE SLEEPER WAKESHERBERT GEORGE WELLS
They knew what Jasmin had done to found schools, orphanages, and creches.
JASMIN: BARBER, POET, PHILANTHROPISTSAMUEL SMILES
We have established excellent creches and nurseries where they are needed.
WOMEN AND WAR WORKHELEN FRASER
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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