cranny

  1. a long narrow depression in a surface
  2. a small opening or crevice (especially in a rock face or wall)

Cranny

• (v. i.) To crack into, or become full of, crannies. • (a.) Quick; giddy; thoughtless. • (n.) A small, narrow opening, fissure, crevice, or chink, as in a wall, or other substance. • (n.) A tool for forming the necks of bottles, etc. • (v. i.) To haunt, or enter by, crannies.
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cranny

noun a small opening or crevice (especially in a rock face or wall)
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Cranny

Cran'ny (krăn'nȳ) noun ; plural Crannies (- nĭz). [ French cran notch, probably from Latin crena (a doubful word).] 1. A small, narrow opening, fissure, crevice, or chink, as in a wall, or other substance. « In a firm building, the cavities ...
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Cranny

Cran'ny adjective [ Perh. for cranky . See Crank , adjective ] Quick; giddy; thoughtless. [ Prov. Eng.] Halliwell.
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Cranny

Cran'ny intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Crannied (-n?d); present participle & verbal noun Crannying .] 1. To crack into, or become full of, crannies. [ R.] « The ground did cranny everywhere. Gold...
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cranny

[n] - a small opening or crevice (especially in a rock face or wall)
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