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creese

 (krēs)
n.
Variant of kris.

creese

(kriːs)
n
(Arms & Armour (excluding Firearms)) a rare spelling of kris

kris

(kris)

n.
a Malay dagger with a wavy blade.
[1570–80; < Malay karis (sp. keris)]
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Noun1.creese - a Malayan dagger with a wavy bladecreese - a Malayan dagger with a wavy blade  
dagger, sticker - a short knife with a pointed blade used for piercing or stabbing
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