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It cropped up on a Kurdish channel and on a local German channel.

Astley opened venues in London, Paris, and Dublin, and imitators cropped up in the New World (George Washington attended).

The profile was familiar—jutting chin, close cropped hair, shirt open, understated quiff—but not exact.

One grouping of relapses came around 18 months after surgery, and a second smaller one cropped up around 60 months.

Her smile beamed out from under a head of short-cropped, curly black hair.

He cropped off the top of the twigs thereof: and carried it away into the land of Chanaan, and he set it in a city of merchants.

Perhaps that was why, even in the year 3689, defiant names still cropped up.

His Highness is about thirty-six years of age, short, thick set, wearing a slight moustache and his hair cropped very close.

He had close-cropped blond hair and pretty blue eyes and he was a very tough boy.

And the selfishness that sometimes cropped out in his character was not viciousness, but the natural outcome of over-indulgence.


On this page you'll find 55 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to cropped, such as: coiffed, cut, shortened, and trimmed.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.