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Proper nounEdit

Chrimble (plural Chrimbles)

  1. Alternative form of Crimble
    • 1992, December 25, Rainbow, Rainbow's Expressions and Observations etc., PublishAmerica (Baltimore, 2006), →ISBN, poem “Aprés Chrimble Lunch; Wymington, Rushden”, page 412:
      We all expected Chrimble Pie that's what we understood
      Then Cynwyn brought in summat that died she called it Clooty Pud
      And so the Chrimble Lunch is past for yet another year
    • 2002, "LilPeach", Chrimble Party (discussion on Usenet newsgroup alt.2eggs.sausage.beans.tomatoes.2toast.largetea.cheerslove):
      We had our company Chrimble party today.
    • 2005, Philip Norman, Shout!: The Beatles in Their Generation:
      They sang "Good King Wenceslas" and wished their subjects "a very happy Chrimble and a gear Near [sic] Year."