(kr"n), n.;
pl. Cronies (kr"nz).
[Orig., an old woman. See Crone.] 1. A crone. [Obs.] "Marry not an old crony." Burton.
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2. An intimate companion; a familiar friend. [Colloq.]
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He soon found his former cronies, though all rather the worse for the wear and tear of time.
W. Irving.
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