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cratur

Line breaks: cra¦tur
Pronunciation: /ˈkreɪtʃə
 
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Definition of cratur in English:

noun

Non-standard spelling of creature, used in representing Irish speech. choked to death on her dentures, poor cratur
More example sentences
  • So when you sip the Aberfeldy you are saluting a vanished cratur from another generation.
  • So the good woman and the good girl make the poor cratur a cup of tea and a bit of toast and he seems happy enough.
  • Does he take good care of your cratur at night, and clean your boots?

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