crayon

[ krey-on, -uh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF crayon

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Crayon will not write on the smooth, glazed parts of a blackboard.

And with a crayon he made drawings on the wainscot of the room.

I regret I could not crayon it, for it is worth being portrayed.

But with a bit of crayon a great artist makes an immortal sketch.

In 1835 the three volumes of the "Crayon Miscellanies," were published.

Mr. Crayon was self-made, and was willing that it should be known.

It seemed to him to be favorable, and Mr. Crayon was an acute man.

Mr. Goodnight glanced at Mr. Crayon, and Mr. Crayon glanced at Mr. Goodnight.

"I am sure that he must be," said Harley, and Mr. Crayon's opinion of him rose.

Mr. Crayon leaned against the wall and gently stroked his arm.

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