Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
a finely finished pottery made with an admixture of pipe-clay in Shropshire: the famous salt-glazed stoneware made at Burslem.
Ware had whirled in his tracks, had crouched, and was glaring fixedly across the openings at the forks.
"The Rules of the Game" by
Stewart Edward White
xrouch-ware, drouch-ware, frouch-ware, vrouch-ware, ceouch-ware, cdouch-ware, cfouch-ware, ctouch-ware, criuch-ware, crkuch-ware, crluch-ware, crpuch-ware, croych-ware, crohch-ware, crojch-ware, croich-ware, crouxh-ware, croudh-ware, croufh-ware, crouvh-ware, croucg-ware, croucy-ware, croucj-ware, croucn-ware, croucb-ware, crouch-qare, crouch-aare, crouch-sare, crouch-eare, crouch-wqre, crouch-wwre, crouch-wsre, crouch-wzre, crouch-waee, crouch-wade, crouch-wafe, crouch-wate, crouch-warw, crouch-wars, crouch-ward, crouch-warr
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