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Crowns

Apollo wore a crown of laurels.

Bacchus, of grapes or ivy.

Ceres, of blades of wheat.

Comus, of roses.

CybĕlÊ, of pine leaves.

Flora, of flowers.

Fortune, of fir-slips.

The Graces, of olive-leaves.

Hercules, of popular-leaves.

Hymen, of roses.

Juno, of quince-leaves.

Jupiter, of oak-leaves.

The LarÊs, of rosemary.

Mercury, of ivy, olive-leaves, or mulberries.

Minerva, of olive-leaves.

The Muses, of flowers.

Pan, of pine-leaves.

Pluto, of cypress.

Pomõna, of fruits.

Saturn, of vine-leaves.

Venus, of myrtle or roses.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Crow
Crow over One (To)
Crowbar
Crowd or Crouth
Crowdero
Crown
Crown Glass
Crown Office (The)
Crown of the East
Crowns
Crowner
Crow’s-Nest (The)
Crowquill (Alfred)
Croysado
Crozier or Crosier
Crucial
Crude Forms
Cruel (The)
Cruel (now Crewel) Garters
Crummy

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