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Definition of "crannied" [cran•nied]

  • Having crannies. (adjective)

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Use "crannied" in a sentence
  • "The little flower in the crannied wall could tell what God and man is."
  • "Eagles and falcons nested in the crannied cliff, symbols of strength and sources of ceremonial feathers, and in the river lived waterfowl, beaver, muskrat and mink."
  • "When found by the hounds, and the chase has begun, the hare will at times cross streams, bend and double and creep for shelter into clefts and crannied lurking-places; 154 since they have not only the hounds to dread, but eagles also; and, so long as they are yearlings, are apt to be carried off in the clutches of these birds, in the act of crossing some slope or bare hillside."
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