Word of the Day: CREBROUS

from Latin crēbrum (frequent) + -ous

“…Now at the lengthe not onlie harde necessitie, but also most principallie the crebrous phame of your clemencie, and the right worshipfull and Godlie reporte of your bountefull humanitie and gentlenes vnto all men…”

From: Original Letters of Eminent Literary Men of the Sixteenth, Seventeenth, and Eighteenth Centuries
– J. Leach. c1600
Edited by Henry Ellis

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