Translation of crone in Spanish:


vieja bruja, n.

Pronunciation /krəʊn//kroʊn/


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    vieja bruja feminine
    • Withered crones filled every seat, wrapped in thick black woolen coats, huddled forwards like emperor penguins defending their young.
    • While the majority jostle for a bit more elbow room under their comfy security blanket of togetherness, I find myself left out in the cold with all the other disagreeable old crones.
    • I tried to sign to the cackling crone that someone was already sitting in the seat she had chosen, but she just kept looking at me and laughing.
    • For Riley, Three Tall Women lends itself to the archetypes of the maiden, the mother and the crone, what she refers to as the tri-goddess.
    • It is inhabited almost exclusively by a group of old crones.
    • He is not the ideal spokesman to challenge a double standard that celebrates older fathers as randy old goats, but shudders at older mothers as unnatural crones.
    • What's the difference between a crone, witch and hag again?
    • First, in her challenging study The Boy, our chief feminist guru Germaine Greer pronounces that it's all right for us crones to drool over the beauty of young men.
    • Actress Patricia Doyle, the narrator, plays her as an embittered crone looking back on her wicked life.
    • Do not pass Go or collect 100 francs, go directly to the Bastille, where you will be decapitated by an angry mob of toothless old crones.
    • Originally, witches were nasty old crones who made evil potions.
    • Sophie is transformed into an old woman by the spell of a crone called The Witch of the Waste.
    • She crawled outside to spot a lone figure speeding away - something bent like an aged crone, smoky hair streaming out behind it as it loped with unnatural speed.
    • If we made a habit of yielding to prejudice we would restore capital punishment, stone people to death and drown old crones in pointed hats.
    • The cackling crones will be unleashed when scenes from Roald Dahl's children's classic The Witches are staged at a theatrical show.
    • Witches were no longer young and seductive, but old crones, who symbolised the bad mothers of nightmare.
    • He was in the presence of the Great Lady who was at once, an unblemished virgin, a pregnant mother and a wizened crone.
    • The crowd whooped again, and I looked around expecting to see old crones knitting happily as the blood flowed.
    • Wiltshire sits in her dining room by a painting of a crone in Welsh costume with black stovepipe hat.
    • Candle clutching crones, eyes and teeth flashing, pray to the locked white-washed church, to ask Bon Dieu Bon (God oversees all the voodoo spirits as he does the Catholic saints) to bless their services.