Examples of crayon in a Sentence
The drawing is done in crayon.
Recent Examples of crayon from the Web
The adults, our state politicians, bicker over hundreds of millions of dollars and the children try to scrape together a few bucks that might help them pay for pencils, notebooks, crayons, binders and some of the other tools of learning.
Crayons pack more learning potential per pound than any computer.
Binders, calculators, transparent tape, colored pencils, crayons, construction paper, lunch boxes, notebook paper and scissors can all be purchased tax-free.
A box of crayons depicting all the colors of the rainbow sits in front of a church flying the LGBT-friendly rainbow flag.
The Jaycees donated three brown paper bags full of supplies including scissors, glue, folders, notebooks, laminating sheets, tape, crayons, markers, and packing tape.
Glenn designed the star logo in honor of the Hollywood Walk of Fame, using their now-eight-year-old daughter London’s crayons.
Velvet Matte Lipstick in Ruby Red ($3), which goes on like a crayon and stays super bright.
The blue crayon replaces dandelion, the company said in April.
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Origin and Etymology of crayon
First Known Use: 1644See Words from the same year
Definition of crayon
crayonistplay \ˈkrā-ə-nist\ noun
First Known Use of crayon
CRAYON Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of crayon for English Language Learners
: a stick of colored wax that is used for drawing
CRAYON Defined for Kids
Definition of crayon for Students
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