Craniology to Crotch

Craniology, n. Craniognomy, phrenology.

Cranium, n. Skull, brain-pan.

Crank, n.

    1. Turning-handle.
    2. Bend, turn, winding, involution, twist, quirk.
    3. Twist or turn of speech, play upon words, quirk.

Crank, a.

    1. Easy to be overset, unsteady.
    2. Shaky, crazy, loose, disjointed.

Crank, v. n. Bend, wind, turn, twist, wind in and out, crankle, crinkle.

Crankle, v. n. Crinkle, run in and out. See crank.

Cranny, n. Cleft, crack, fissure, chink, crevice, rift, gap, break, breach, interstice, opening.

Crapulous, a. (Rare.) Crapulent, drunken, drunk, inebriated, intoxicated, surfeited with drink.

Crash, v. a. Shatter, shiver, smash, dash in pieces, splinter.

Crash, v. n.

    1. Sound splintering or shattering.
    2. Strike crashing, break (in) with a crash.

Crash, n. Shattering sound, splintering uproar, rending, shivering noise.

Crass, a. Gross, coarse, thick, unabated, unrefined, raw.

Crassament, n. See crassamentum.

Crassamentum, n. [L.] Clot (of blood), coagulation.

Cratch-cradle, n. Cat’s cradle, scratch-cradle, cradle.

Crate, n. Hamper.

Craunch, v. a. Crunch.

Cravat, n. Neckcloth, neckerchief, necktie.

  By PanEris using Melati.

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