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See also: Creasy
- Full of creases.
- 1891, Mary Eleanor Wilkins Freeman, “The Twelfth Guest”, in A New England Nun and Other Stories, New York: Harper, pages 66–67:
- He searched there a day and half a night, pulling all the soiled, creasy old papers out of the drawers and pigeon-holes before he would answer his wife's inquiries as to what he had lost.
- (mainly Southern US) Denoting any of several related species of edible, commonly wild, greens, especially upland cress or winter cress.
- 1984 March 1, Fran Marengo et al., “Creasy Greens: Try Growing And Cooking This Edible Wild Plant”, in Mother Earth News:
- Creasy greens are amazingly versatile when it comes to brightening up winter fare. You can try them in any recipe that calls for watercress or cooked spinach.
Full of creases