Noun(1) writing implement consisting of a colored stick of composition wax used for writing and drawing
Verb(1) write, draw, or trace with a crayon
(1) The drawings on view employ a variety of media, including ink, crayon , pencil, watercolor and gouache.(2) New this year in the Poultry Marquee is a children's area where they can draw, paint or crayon their favourite birds in the show.(3) a red crayon(4) crayon drawings(5) This is a tried-and-true work sequence, and the preliminary crayon drawings become a crayon-resist feature to the monoprint.(6) On the top half was a bright crayon drawing of a bunch of flowers.(7) In crayon , pencil or paint she could convey every quality of light and color that decorates the northern landscape.(8) Yes, I admit it I'm the one who put the blue crayons in the red crayon bucket!(9) I don't know if the Pulitzer entry form has a space to list stuff like this, but when the time comes, I intend to crayon it in.(10) The crayon drawings that I have are extraordinary!(11) The art teacher came up to the lounge with a huge box of colored pencils, markers, crayons and oil pastels.(12) When I was very young I crayoned a big ├ö├ç├┐No Smoking├ö├ç├û sign and stuck it in our front window just before the arrival of a chain-smoking neighbour.(13) Several types of media are allowed: watercolor, gold tempera, markers, crayons and colored pencils.(14) The kid has bandaged two toy cats and two toy horses, all on the left foreleg, and crayoned an X-ray.(15) There are flowers and stuffed animals and crayoned notes from schoolchildren.(16) Karen appealed for people to send her Beanie Babies, and also needed are crayons , pens and pencils.