Antonyms for cresting

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"Yes," replied Bernardine, cresting her beautiful head, proudly.

The pierced pattern in cresting should be done as already described for Fig. 24.

Now and then a rubbish pile will show itself, cresting the pure ice.

Except when cresting a ridge, the traveller swelters under an unbroken roof of impenetrable foliage.

Six miles from Menin and four from Ypres it passes through the village of Gheluvelt, cresting there the ridge of hills.

The balustrade also is replaced by the chneau, a cresting in stone, which hereafter is found in nearly all French buildings.

On these wings and the central block are other galleries crowned with entablature and cresting.

He was still far off when she first glimpsed him, just cresting one of the higher hills, so that for him the sun had not yet set.

Cresting a rise about three miles distant I made out a dark mass moving forward along our track, and that at a rapid rate.

Three mornings they put out and fought it and the cresting seas it drove that turned to ice as they fell in-board.