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Crevassed vs. Crevasse

Crevassed and Crevasse Definitions

Crevassed

A deep fissure, as in a glacier; a chasm.

Crevasse

A deep fissure, as in a glacier; a chasm.

Crevassed

A crack or breach in a dike or levee.

Crevasse

A crack or breach in a dike or levee.

Crevassed

To develop or cause to develop crevasses.

Crevasse

To develop or cause to develop crevasses.
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Crevassed

Simple past tense and past participle of crevasse

Crevasse

A crack or fissure in a glacier or snowfield; a chasm.

Crevasse

(US) A breach in a canal or river bank.

Crevasse

(by extension) Any cleft or fissure.

Crevasse

(figuratively) A discontinuity or “gap” between the accounted variables and an observed outcome.

Crevasse

(intransitive) To form crevasses.
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Crevasse

(transitive) To fissure with crevasses.

Crevasse

A deep crevice or fissure, as in embankment; one of the clefts or fissure by which the mass of a glacier is divided.

Crevasse

A breach in the levee or embankment of a river, caused by the pressure of the water, as on the lower Mississippi.

Crevasse

A deep fissure

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